Ratings: Glee, NCIS: LA and All ABC/NBC Sitcoms Rise; NCIS, Mind Games and CW Dramas Dip

Matt Webb Mitovich
March 19, 2014
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Glee‘s 100th episode drew 2.85 million total viewers and a 1.1 demo rating on Tuesday night (per finals), rising 24 and 22 percent from last week. (Read our recap here.)

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, leading out of a New Girl repeat, did 2.5 mil and a 1.1, down a tenth.

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Elsewhere….

* ABC’s (admittedly entertaining) Marvel informercial drew just 3.9 mil and a 1.5 — yet The Goldbergs went on to post 4.7 mil/1.7, adding eyeballs and two tenths in the demo. Trophy Wife (3.1 mil/1.0), similarly, ticked up on both counts (hitting a 9-week demo high), but Mind Games (2.2 mil/0.7) dropped 19 percent and a tenth.

* CBS’ NCIS (17.1 mil/2.4) ticked down a tenth, matching its season low demo, while NCIS: LA (14.2 mil/2.3) rose two tenths (from last week’s series low) and Person of Interest (11 mil/1.7) was flat.

* NBC’s The Voice ticked up a tenth week-to-week, with 13 mil and a 3.6. About a Boy (8 mil/2.1) and Growing Up Fisher (6.8 mil/1.8) each rose one tenth. Chicago Fire was flat at 7.05 mil/1.9.

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* The CW’s The Originals (1.53 mil/0.7) slipped a tenth in the demo, while Supernatural (1.9 mil/0.8) was steady.

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Ratings: Glee, NCIS: LA and All ABC/NBC Sitcoms Rise; NCIS, Mind Games and CW Dramas Dip
Ratings: Glee, NCIS: LA and All ABC/NBC Sitcoms Rise; NCIS, Mind Games and CW Dramas Dip

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