‘CSI’ Starts 2010 By Sharing The Top Spot

The first CSI: Crime Scene Investigation episode of 2010, “Sin City Blue”, split leadership in the 9:00pm hour on Thursday, January 14. CSI pulled in 15.39 million viewers, putting it ahead of Grey’s Anatomy (12.73 million), Fringe (6.61 million), back-to-back episodes of 30 Rock (5.12 million at 9:00pm and 5.01 million at 9:30pm), and a repeat of Supernatural (1.31 million) on the CW network. In the 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers, Grey’s came out on top with a 4.8 rating/12 share. CSI was second with 3.4/9, followed by Fringe (2.6/7), Rock (2.3/6 for both episodes) and Supernatural (0.6/2).

For more detailed ratings information, including other Thursday night programming, visit PI Feedback. Please note that the ratings posted on CSI Files use the “fast national” numbers, not the final ratings scores.

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