‘House’ Matches ‘Idol’ For First Time

May 9, 2007  •  Post A Comment

Fox’s medical drama “House” matched its “American Idol” lead-in for the first time Tuesday night.
“House,” which is arguably the only returning network drama to have significantly gained ratings strength this season, earned an 8.9 rating among adults 18 to 49, according to preliminary Nielsens.
“Idol” scored the same, though its rating is down 13 percent from last week. Since “Idol” typically runs over about two minutes into “House,” however, the numbers will likely shift slightly in the nationals.
The figures put Fox over the top yet again, winning the night in the demo and among households.
ABC and CBS tied for second place, with ABC offering the one-hour season finale of “George Lopez” (1.6), the “Dancing With the Stars” results show (4.1) and “Boston Legal” (2.7).
CBS aired “NCIS” (3.1), the season finale of “The Unit” (3.1) and a “Without a Trace” repeat (2.2).
In fourth place, NBC had “Dateline” (1.4), “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” (2.0) and “Law & Order: SVU” (3.7).
On The CW, there was “Gilmore Girls” (1.8) and “Veronica Mars” (0.9).

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