TV Ratings: 'Night Shift' Holds Steady in Week Two
The CW sees a nonstarter launch for "Famous in 12," while "America's Got Talent" and "Extreme Weight Loss" both fall slightly after premieres.
NBC's The Night Shift held steady in its second week. With its America's Got Talent lead-in, the summer drama scored a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49 -- off just a tenth of a point from last week.
As for Talent, the night's (and, thus far, the summer's) top program pulled a 2.8 rating in the key demo. That's down two-tenths of a point from last week's premiere.
Off by the same measure was ABC's Extreme Weight Loss (1.1 adults). Week two of the unscripted series led into a slightly lifted finale of Celebrity Wife Swap (1.4 adults).
Riot (0.4 adults) dropped another two-tenths of a point on Fox. It matched a steady and low I Wanna Marry Harry.
Over on The CW, another summer reality debut fared similarly poorly. Famous in 12 (0.3 adults) launched shy of even last summer's comparable effort, Capture.
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