Jan 15 2013, 1:40pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
The Carrie Diaries had a modest debut Monday night. The CW's Sex and the City prequel bowed to 1.6 million viewers and a 0.6 in the adults 18-to-49 demographic, just a tenth higher than 90210's average in the slot. An encore at 9 p.m. out-performed Gossip Girl's numbers in that hour. Winter TV Preview: Must-see new shows CBS won the night, as its sitcoms all rose, with How I Met Your Mother (10.4 million, 3.8) and 2 Broke Girls (12.2 million, 4.1) both hitting season highs. Hawaii Five-0's "Choose Your Own Ending" episode (9.4 million, 2.4) was flat. Five-0 easily beat Castle (9.1 million, 1.9) and Deception (4.1 million, 1.6), which fell four-tenths from its premiere last week. Castle's and Deception's lead-ins, The Bachelor (7.4 million, 2.4) and The Biggest Loser (6.2 million, 2.4) were up and steady, respectively. On Fox, Bones' two episodes averaged 8 million viewers and a 2.1, up from its last new episode. 8 p.m.CBS: How I Met Your Mother 10. 4million viewers (1.6); The Big Bang Theory (R) 11.5 million (3.6) ABC: The Bachelor 7.4 million (2.4) [8-10 p.m.] Fox: Bones 8 million (2.1) NBC: The Biggest Loser 6.2 million (2.4) [8-10 p.m.] CW: The Carrie Diaries 1.6 million (0.6) 9 p.m.CBS: 2 Broke Girls 12.2 million (4.1); Mike & Molly 11.5 million (3.5) Fox: Bones 7.8 million (2.1) CW: The Carrie Diaries (R) 930,000 (0.4) 10 p.m. CBS: Hawaii Five-0 9.4 million (2.4) ABC: Castle 9.1 million (1.9) NBC: Deception 4.1 million (1.6)
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