NBC Is Golden on Monday


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.

  • Ratings information is taken from fast national data, which includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change, especially in the case of live telecasts.
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