Fast National ratings for Monday, Jan. 15, 2007
Thanks to the 64th annual Golden Globes ceremony, NBC easily took home the ratings title for Monday night.
The peacock network averaged a 13.2 rating/20 share for the night well ahead of FOX in second with 9.2/13. CBS took third with a 6.3/9, followed by ABC, 4.9/7 and the CW, 1.2/2.
With adults 18-49, NBC continued its mastery with a 6.5 rating, followed by FOX's 5.9. ABC's 3.3 barely outranked CBS' 3.2 for third. The CW trailed with a 0.8.
The Golden Globes ceremony kicked off NBC at 8 p.m. with a 12.9/19 for the hour, with FOX's new episode of "24" rating a respectable 8.8/13. ABC's "Wife Swap" came in third with a 5.4/8, while a CBS' "How I Met Your Mother" and "The Class" averaged a 4.6/7 for the hour, far ahead of the CW comedies "Everybody Hates Chris" and "All of Us" with a mere 1.3/2.
NBC's awards show continued to entertain in the 9 o' clock hour with a 13.4 rating/19 share, while FOX's "24" mantained second place with a 9.5/14. CBS moved to third this hour with a 6.7/10 for its "Two and a Half Men" and "The New Adventures of Old Christine," while ABC's "Supernanny" commanded a 5.8/8 for the hour. The CW's reruns of "Girlfriends" and "The Game" only took in a 1.1/2.
At 10 p.m., NBC scored its best numbers of the night with a 13.5/21 for the Golden Globes conclusion. A repeat of "CSI: Miami" scored a 7.7/12 for second place, while "What About Brian" was well back in third with a 3.4/5.