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article imageABC's Lost Ratings

By RobotGod     Feb 9, 2007 in Entertainment
ABC's SF drama Lost returned from a two-month hiatus to a new 10 p.m. Wednesday timeslot on Feb. 7 and won the hour among adults, drawing 14.7 million viewers and a 6.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic
ABC's SF drama Lost returned from a two-month hiatus to a new 10 p.m. Wednesday timeslot on Feb. 7 and won the hour among adults, drawing 14.7 million viewers and a 6.5 rating in the 18-49 demographic, according to The Hollywood Reporter. But CBS' CSI: NY prevailed among total viewers, with 15.8 million and a 4.9 rating, the trade paper reported.
The new episode of Lost vastly improved ABC's fortunes in the 10 p.m. timeslot, but was off its season average for its first seven installments in viewers (16.7 million). It was solid on the 18-49 demographic and posted its second-highest ratings among adults aged 18-34. NBC's Medium (8.3 million viewers and a 2.8 rating) felt the brunt of the heightened 10 p.m. competition.
They title the article LOST RATINGSAre Off. But I think that is misleading by what the article says. Taking several factors into account, I think it is doing very well. 1-A long and unusual hiatus. 2-With any epic storyline, or one that is ambitious in scope, there are going to be sections where change can make some people unsure.3-New time slot.
Given those things, the fact that it has the numbers it does says ALOT. Doing very well indeed.
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