'Ringer' Ratings Dip For Second Episode

With an almost one million viewer drop for its second episode, Sarah Michelle Gellar isn't the "New Girl" anymore.
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It seems that Sarah Michelle Gellar isn’t exactly the New Girl anymore. The CW thriller’s audience dipped in its second week as the other networks began rolling out their fall premieres – most notably Ringer’s 9 p.m. competition, Zooey Deschanel's quirky half-hour comedy, New Girl, on Fox.

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The thriller about duplicitous twins attracted 2 million viewers to its second episode on Tuesday and a .9 for the ad-coveted adults 18-49 demo. That’s an 800,000-viewer drop from its premiere episode’s 2.8 million viewers, though it kept its .9 for the demo. It did improve on its lead-in, 90210, which held steady holding on to its premiere audience of 1.6 million.

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It should be noted that The CW’s move to premiere its new fall series before the other networks came out swinging with their offerings was a good one and the fall for Ringer was to be expected.

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