Discussion in 'CSI: New York' started by PerfectAnomaly, Sep 29, 2012.
That is wonderful news here is to a steady rise in ratings.:thumbsup:
According to TVByTheNumbers NY had 9.965 Million viewers last night and got a 1.4 in the demo.
Helped there was no baseball.
That may be the reason; there was no World Series game on Friday. There is one tonight, though.
This is great and of course no dout that CSI NY will do as well as US and this is why New Zealand have played season 7 straight after season 6 ended.
I can imagine that the ratings for next Friday are not to be taken serious, almost everyone on the east coast won't be able to watch the show on TV due to the power outage.
According to TVLine.com last night's NY hit 10 million in viewers and a 1.5 in the demo.
Love hearing great news like this. CBS needs to give respect to their veteran shows.
"The Real McCoy" pulled 9.975 million viewers and got a 1.4 in the demo.
Aside from the 1.6 demo, CSI:NY pulled in 10.74 million viewers.
If my research is correct (and I hope it is, since I'm using it for CSI Files), these are the highest viewer ratings since March 2011. (The demo score is the highest since April 2012.)
Dare I hope these numbers aren't a fluke? :lol:
Grimm wasn't on. That usually pulls some viewers away.
hi, i'm new to talk csi. obviously, i love csi ny. i just thought it would be fun to talk with other ppl who watch it a lot like i do. anyone else disappointed it's a repeat this wk? i am excited to see what happens with flack/lovato. i really liked angell and was so sad when they killed her off, but i'm excited flack finally has a love interest.
Separate names with a comma.