‘Idol,’ ‘Truth’ Win Wednesday With Series Lows

Feb 14, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Fox’s “American Idol” and “Moment of Truth” swept up Wednesday night, despite recording some of their worst ratings to date.
“Idol” posted a 9.7 in the 18- to 49-year-old demo, according to preliminary Nielsen numbers, its worst Wednesday showing since April 2006.
Supposed fall-of-Western-civilization game show “Truth” ended with a 6.1, down 14% from last week, for its lowest rated showing to date. Fox still won the night with a 7.9.
NBC (2.7) took second with new episodes of “Deal or No Deal” (2.7) and “Law & Order” (3.0), and a rebroadcast of USA Network original “Law & Order: CI” (2.5).
ABC (2.5) had the third highest-rated show of the night, “Supernanny” (3.5), up 17% from last week. “Nanny” was sandwiched in between “Wife Swap” (1.9) and “Cashmere Mafia” (1.9), which both struggled Wednesday to series lows.
CBS’ “Big Brother” slid 16% from Tuesday’s premiere, with a 2.1. The Eye rounded out the night with repeats of “Criminal Minds” (1.8) and “CSI: NY” (2.0), ending overall with a 2.0.
The CW placed fifth with an “America’s Next Top Model” clip show (0.7) and a “One Tree Hill” repeat (0.5).
2:21 p.m.: Corrected second paragraph.

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