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|10-28-2002, 11:05 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 03, 2000
Location: Marietta, GA
Picked up for the full season
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - The all-crime, all-the-time flavor of CBS' prime-time
schedule is paying off this season, and the network has rewarded four of its new
shows with full-season orders.
"CSI: Miami," "Without a Trace" and "Hack" -- dramas about
people who solve cases or otherwise help right wrongs -- have been
picked up, along with the comedy "Still Standing," which has slid
comfortably into the post-"Everybody Loves Raymond" spot on
"CSI: Miami" is the most-watched new show of the season (19.5 million viewers a
week), to almost no one's surprise. It's a spinoff of "CSI," the No. 1 show on TV, and
has a sweet timeslot at 10 p.m. ET Mondays, following CBS' comedy block.
As a result, it's more than doubled the adults 18-49 rating of "Family Law," which
aired at 10 p.m. Mondays last season, and taken a sizable number of viewers from
NBC's "Crossing Jordan," whose audiences have shrunk by about 3 million
compared to this time last year.
In contrast, "Hack" has been something of a surprise hit. It averages a little more than
11 million viewers at 9 p.m. ET Fridays, and its ratings for every demographic group
CBS measures are up significantly from the time period last year.
"Without a Trace" and "Still Standing" have both fit well into
timeslots following CBS' two biggest shows -- "CSI" and "Raymond,"
respectively. "Trace" is averaging about 15.5 million viewers each
week, the best performance CBS has ever had against NBC's "ER."
"Still Standing," meanwhile, is in a virtual tie with NBC's "Good
Morning Miami" as the top-rated new comedy of the season.
CBS has yet to make a decision on its other new comedy, "Bram and Alice," which
is pulling decent ratings on Sunday nights, or the dramas "Presidio Med" and
"Robbery Homicide Division," both of which are struggling.
|10-29-2002, 03:15 PM||#2|
My favorite ladies!
Join Date: Mar 09, 2001
I'm glad that this show is being picked up for a full season! I like it and it one of my favorite new shows of the season.
THE GOLDEN GIRLS!
Sophia: (to Blanche) Fasten your seatbelt, slut puppie. This ain't gunna be no cakewalk.
Blanche: I don't really mind Clayton being homosexual, I just don't like him dating men.
Dorothy: You really haven't grasped the concept of this gay thing yet, have you?
Blanche: There must be homosexuals who date women.
Sophia: Yeah, they're called lesbians.
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