I caught the show last night too - the pilot was pretty good (and so are the ratings numbers), but I'm looking forward to the upcoming episode (the fifth one, "Save Me") that guest-stars a new favorite of mine, Sarah Hagan.Alias_Gay said:and the premiere did pretty well too ... 16 million viewers and # 1 in its time-slot ...
I've heard of House cause my chem teacher watches it, but I've never had an opportunity to actually watch it because it's on Tuesday nights at the sametime as The Amazing Race.ConcreteGirl said:I enjoyed the show and I will watch it again. But I don't think it's as good as House.
Way to go ABC ...Although ABC, as expected, led the Sunday troops courtesy of top-rated Desperate Housewives (Overnights: 16.7/24; Viewers: 24.39 million; A18-49: 10.7/25 at 9 p.m.), a real bonus for the network was Grey's Anatomy, which increased over last Sunday's already winning debut.
Grey's Anatomy averaged a 12.7/19 in the overnights, 18.23 million viewers and a 7.9/19 among adults 18-49 at 10 p.m. -- up 12 percent in the overnights, 1.98 million viewers and 10 percent among adults 18-49 from last Sunday (Overnights: 11.3/18; Viewers: 16.25 million; A18-49: 7.2/18 on March 27).
Retention out of Desperate Housewives of 76 percent in the overnights, 67 percent in viewers and 74 percent among adults 18-49 was also a considerable improvement over former time period occupant Boston Legal. How do you like that ABC? Another new hit drama!