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Big Brother remained atop Wednesday’s ratings, while World of Dance fell off some — though not disastrously so — in its debut on the night.
CBS’ Big Brother scored a 1.5 rating among adults 18-49, up a tick week to week. The improvement didn’t carry over to TKO: Total Knock Out, which fell two tenths to 0.6.
World of Dance delivered a 1.0 for NBC, down from 1.2 on Tuesday, where it had the benefit of America’s Got Talent as a lead-in. The dip is probably one NBC can live with; the show improved from its first hour to its second. Reverie followed with a 0.4, on par with its past four outings.
Fox’s Masterchef was steady at 1.0 and topped World of Dance in their shared hour. Gordon Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell & Back, however, slipped a tenth to 0.9.
The CW’s Canadian import Burden of Truth premiered to a 0.2 in the demo. The Originals ticked up a tenth to 0.3 with its penultimate episode.
Fox led the night among adults 18-49 with a 1.0 rating, ahead of CBS’ 0.9 and NBC’s 0.8. ABC averaged 0.6 with a slate of reruns, and The CW finished at 0.3.
In late night, all three 11:35 p.m. shows drew 0.4 demo ratings in the metered markets. The Late Show‘s 2.5/7 in metered-market households comfortably led The Tonight Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live, which tied at 1.5/4.
At 12:35 a.m., The Late Late Show, Late Night and Nightline all averaged 0.2 in adults 18-49. The Late Late Show held the edge in households with a 1.1/4 to 0.9/3 for the others.
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