For the record

Television ratings: The list of prime-time television ratings from the Nielsen Co. that appeared in the Nov. 3 Calendar section inadvertently omitted 10 programs. Here are the shows, where they should have been listed and how many viewers watched (in millions):

No. 8, “The Mentalist,” CBS, 14.76.

No. 10, “The OT,” Fox, 14.30.

No. 16, “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 13.00.


No. 18, “The Good Wife,” CBS, 12.58.

No. 32, “The Defenders,” CBS, 9.79.

No. 34, “The Middle,” ABC, 9.54.

No. 36, “The Amazing Race,” CBS, 9.09.


No. 43, “The Office,” NBC, 8.07.

No. 51, “The Biggest Loser,” NBC, 6.70.

No. 57, “The Event,” NBC, 5.97.

Santa Monica bridge: An article and its headline in the Nov. 3 LATExtra about Santa Monica’s plans to replace the bridge that connects Ocean Avenue to the Santa Monica Pier described the bridge as 60 years old. It is 70 years old. Also, a historic photograph of the Santa Monica Pier that accompanied the story was credited to the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Co. It should have been credited to the Santa Monica Pier Restoration Corp.

Cycling and doping: In the Nov. 3 Sports section, an article reporting that cyclist Yaroslav Popovych would testify before a Los Angeles grand jury looking into allegations of doping in the sport also said that Floyd Landis had served a doping suspension after winning the 2005 Tour de France. Landis won the race in 2006 before being stripped of the title.

“Circus”: The review of “Circus” in the Nov. 3 Calendar section said that the six-hour documentary was directed by Maro Chermayeff and Jeff Dupre, the same people who made the 10-hour 2008 PBS documentary “Carrier.” It should have said they played key roles in the making of “Carrier” — Chermayeff as co-creator with Mitchell Block, director and one of the writers and executive producers; Dupre as one of the producers.