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Law & Order: Criminal Intent Premieres Strong on USA October 8, 2007 3:25 pm

Posted by Rosario T. Calabria in Cable TV, Cable TV Ratings, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, News, Nielsen TV Ratings, Television.

The premiere of Law & Order: Criminal Intent on its new network, USA, debuted with solid numbers, drawing an audience of 3.76 million viewers.

It drew a 2.6/5 household rating/share, and a 1.3/4 rating/share among adults 18-49.  These are solid numbers for a program on cable, but obviously a good deal off from the program’s performance on NBC.

When compared against other USA series though, it’s performance is more favorable.

Law & Order: Criminal Intent airs Thursday nights at 10:00 p.m. ET.



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2. Terry Watkins - December 7, 2007 2:17 am

What was “extended” about the episode of 12/05/07? It was billed as an extended episode, but it lasted 1 hr. and left me wondering whether it would be continued next week, or whether Goren standing in Times Square looking for his nephew was the end of it. If it is actually intended to be continued, it is a burn. A teaser. What’s going on?

A faithful Law and Order fan.

3. Daniel - December 14, 2007 4:34 pm

I’m still enraged about there being absolutely NO EXPLANATION for the ripoff of the “extended” episode that wasn’t and needed to be. I’ve been a faithful fan for 7 years and this one was enough to make me stop. FOUL!!! I want the part that “couldn’t be crowded into an hour”… and wasn’t!

Just Daniel, but angry

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