‘CSI: Miami’ Wins on Monday Night

Oct 13, 2004  •  Post A Comment

CBS’s “CSI: Miami” was the top show Monday night in total viewers and the adults 18 to 49 demographic, leading the network to a win in both demos.

“CSI: Miami” scored a 8.0 rating and 9 share in adults 18 to 49, and garnered 21.94 million viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research.

NBC’s “Fear Factor” won the 8 p.m. (ET) hour with a 4.9/13 in adults 18 to 49 and 11.75 million viewers, up 2 percent from last week’s episode. Both “Las Vegas” (4.8/11 versus 4.4/11) and “LAX” (3.1/9 versus 2.9/7) were up from last week.

A special edition of “20/20” profiling the late actor Christopher Reeve on ABC scored a 2.0/6 in the demo, up 43 percent from last week’s regular airing of the reality show “The Benefactor” (1.4/4).

ABC’s “NFL Monday Night Football” scored a 6.6/18 in the demo and 15.87 million viewers, while baseball on Fox scored a 2.6/7 among adults 18 to 49 and brought in 7.98 million viewers.

UPN saw three of its four Monday night sitcoms improve in the demo, with newcomer “Second Time Around” growing 15 percent week to week (1.5/3 versus 1.3/3).

The WB’s “7th Heaven” dropped 15 percent in the demo to 2.2/6, while “Everwood” remained flat week to week with a 1.9/4 in adults 18 to 49.

CBS won the night in adults 18 to 49 with a 5.9/15, followed by ABC (5.3/14), NBC (4.3/11), Fox (2.6/7), the WB (2.0/5) and UPN (1.7/4).

CBS also won among total viewers with 16.60 million, followed by ABC(13.64 million), NBC (10.61 million), Fox (8.2 million), The WB (5.46 million) and UPN (3.66 million).