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Friday, February 15, 2008

International Television: "Lost", "Smallville", "Eli Stone" and "Make Me A Supermodel" ratings recap

LOST (ABC): The new installment of "LOST" on Thursday got 8.1 rating/13 share, 5.8 in the Adults 18 to 49 and about 13,757,000 viewers. Locke let Sayid to go with the so-called "rescuers" and was revealed as the final member of the 'Oceanic 6.' Catch an all new "LOST", next Thursday at 9/8c on ABC.

SMALLVILLE (CW): Now, let's go to the Superman series, "Smallville." The show still got a 2.4/4 like last week's rating; 1.5 in the Adults 18-49 and about 3,673,000 million viewers which slipped 1.07 million viewers form last year's the same-evening rating. Catch "Smallville," Thursdays @ 8/7c on The CW

ELI STONE (ABC): ABC's all new series, "Eli Stone" dropped and bled significantly from its premiere. The latest Nielsen data indicated that this past Thursday, the all new episode of "Eli Stone" only got 4.8/8 (#2) in the households, 2.6 in the A18-49 (#1), and about 7,462,000 million viewers. ABC, its slipping! Watch "Eli Stone," Thursdays @ 10/9c.

MAKE ME A SUPERMODEL (Bravo): On the Cable TV yard, Bravo's "Make Me A Supermodel" scored a rating of 0.7/1 in the households, 0.5 in the Adults 18-49 and about 968,000 viewers. And its on Cable TV so don't worry much about the numbers. Catch "Make Me A Supermodel" on Bravo, every Thursdays (until the 2007-2008 broadcast season ends).

1 comment:

micheal said...

Eli Stone is produced by ABC Television Studio, After Portsmouth and Berlanti Television. Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim are creators and executive producers. Ken Olin is also the executive producer.

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