FOX had no luck with its saturday night college football debut, as #1 USC blew out Hawai’i. ABC’s game from Cowboys Stadium won the night.

rating show slot network last week season low series low
0.6 College Football Hawai’i at #1 USC 7:30 Live FOX
3.0 College Football Michigan vs Alabama 8pm Live ABC
0.4 rerun – CSI:NY “Brooklyn ‘Til I Die” 8pm CBS 1.1 1.1
0.4 rerun – America’s Got Talent “Episode 19” 8pm-9 NBC 0.4 2.0 (2) 2.0 (2)
0.6 rerun – Law & Order: SVU “Spiraling Down” 9pm NBC 1.6 (3) 1.6 (3)
0.7 rerun – Law & Order: SVU “Official Story” 10pm NBC 0.7 1.6 (3) 1.6 (3)
0.7 rerun – 48 Hours “Playing with Fire” 9pm CBS 0.9 (3) ?
0.8 rerun – 48 Hours “Honor Killing” 10pm CBS 0.9 (3) ?

sources: spotted ratings and tv by the numbers

Programming Notes
This Sunday night at 11:30 and 2:30am, Adult Swim will air the 2009 movie Black Dynamite.

COPS will return in mid-season, as FOX will have college football every Saturday for the rest of the year. ABC has NASCAR next week and October 13. CBS has the Women’s Championship at the U.S. Open Tennis tournament next Saturday.

That episode of Punk’d where Justin Timberlake cries will rerun on TV Guide Channel next Saturday night at 1:30am.

On Sunday, September 9, ABC will rerun four episodes of Once Upon a Time (7pm-11pm).

On Sunday, September 16, the complete second season of Boardwalk Empire will marathon from 8am to 8pm on HBO2. The third season premieres on HBO at 9pm.

Daytime Shuffle, Fall 2012
Every September, most of your local stations debut new daytime series and drop others.

ABC moved General Hospital to 2pm, and gave ABC affiliates 3pm and 4pm, so that they would pick up their in-house syndicated talk show, Katie, at 4pm. More than 4/5 of the affiliates did. Out goes temporary fill-in, Good Afternoon America.

The CW dropped Dr. Drew and brought in Bill Cunningham from syndication. NBC tossed Ann Curry off the anchor couch of Today and brought in Savannah Guthrie. CBS changed nothing.

The Revolution (ABC)
Dr. Drew’s Lifechangers (CW)
Nate Berkus
Martha Stewart (Hallmark)
Swift Justice with Jackie Glass
Last Shot with Judge Gunn
On the Spot
Animal Atlas

Everybody Hates Chris
Chappelle’s Show
South Park
My Name Is Earl
Ugly Betty
The Unit

Steve Harvey (September 4)
Katie (September 10)
Rickie Lake (September 10)
Jeff Probst (September 10)
Justice for All with Cristina Perez
Trisha (September 17)
The First Family (weekends, first-run sitcom)
Mr. Box Office (weekends, first-run sitcom)
Unsealed (weekends, first-run docustyle)

Rules of Engagement (September 10)
Are We There Yet? (September 17)
Castle (weekends)
Leverage (weekends)
Burn Notice (weekends)
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (weekends)
CSI: Miami

Ellen DeGeneres
Wendy Williams
Jerry Springer
Steve Wilkos
Bill Cunningham (CW)
Live! with Kelly and Michael
Rachael Ray
Dr. Phil
Dr. Oz
The Doctors
The People’s Court
Judge Judy
Judge Joe Brown
Judge Mathis
Judge Alex
Divorce Court
We the People with Glira Allred
Wheel of Fortune
Family Feud
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
Entertainment Tonight
The Insider
Inside Edition

The Big Bang Theory
Two and a Half Men
How I Met Your Mother
The New Adventures of Old Chrstine
The King of Queens
Everybody Loves Raymond
‘Til Death
Family Guy
The Simpsons
King of the Hill
That ’70s Show
30 Rock
The Office
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Tyler Perry’s Meet the Browns
Tyler Perry’s House of Payne
According to Jim
Dish Nation

credit: sitcoms online and wiki


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