Ratings: Vampire Diaries Surges, Voice Lifts Sean and Parenthood, Wonderland Hits New Low

Nov 8 2013, 11:22am CST | by TV Line

Ratings: Vampire Diaries Surges, Voice Lifts Sean and Parenthood, Wonderland Hits New Low
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The Vampire Diaries took a big bite out of the Thursday ratings, while The Voice lifted Sean Saves the World and Parenthood to near-season highs. Once Upon a Time in Wonderland and The X Factor, meanwhile, were among last night’s big losers.

Herewith are the highlights:

The CW: Despite facing increased competition in the 8 pm hour from NBC’s The Voice, Vampire Diaries soared 33 percent in the 18-49 demo compared to last week (1.2 vs. 0.9) — tying The X Factor. Rookie period soap Reign didn’t benefit from the bigger-lead in, however, falling to a 0.6 (even with last week).

Fox: The X Factor plummeted 40 percent from its last regular Thursday airing, notching a 1.2 in the demo (worth repeating: tying Vamp Diaries!), while Glee drew a 1.5 — tying its series low but roughly even with its last non-tribute episode.

ABC: Once Upon a Time in Wonderland sank to a series low 0.9, down nearly 20 percent from its last original telecast two weeks ago. Grey’s Anatomy inched up a tenth (to a 2.7), while Scandal dipped two tenths (to a 2.7).

NBC: A special Thursday Voice results show (2.7) drove Sean Saves the World to its best numbers of the season, jumping 55 percent week-over-week to a 1.7 (from a 1.1). The Michael J. Fox Show only enjoyed a modest bump of 18 percent (1.3 vs. 1.1). Parenthood capped the night with a 1.5 — up 25 percent for its best performance in five weeks.

More to come…

Source: TV Line

 
 
 

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