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CBS, CW and NBC All Order More Scripts October 11, 2007 7:38 pm

Posted by Rosario T. Calabria in Aliens in America, Bionic Woman, Broadcast TV Ratings, Cane, CBS, Chuck, Journeyman, Life, NBC, News, Nielsen TV Ratings, Script Orders, Television, The CW.

Three networks have put in additional script orders for several of the fall’s new shows. CBS has ordered four more scripts of the Jimmy Smitts drama Cane, while CW has ordered three more scripts for its new comedy Aliens in America.

Over at NBC, the network has given a three script order to all of its new fall shows; the comedy Chuck and dramas Bionic Woman, Life and Journeyman.

None of the shows, with the possible exception of Bionic Woman, have escaped cancellation danger. Bionic Woman is the best performer of the group, averaging 11.75 million viewers, a 7.3/11 household rating/share and a 4.6/11 rating/share among adults 18-49 through three episodes (based on final ratings data from Nielsen Media).

The rest of the shows have averaged the following ratings (number in parentheses pertains to the number of episodes that have aired. Ranked by Viewer total. All numbers are final ratings data from Nielsen Media):

  • Cane (3)

    • Viewers – 9.84M
    • Households – 6.5/11
    • Adults 18-49 – 2.6/7
  • Life (3)

    • Viewers – 8.91M
    • Households – 5.8/10
    • Adults 18-49 – 3.2/9
  • Chuck (3)

    • Viewers – 8.27M
    • Households – 5.1/8
    • Adults 18-49 – 3.2/8
  • Journeyman (3)

    • Viewers – 8.11M
    • Households – 5.2/8
    • Adults 18-49 – 3.2/8
  • Aliens in America (2)

    • Viewers – 2.22M
    • Households – 1.4/2
    • Adults 18-49 – 0.8/2


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