‘CSI:NY’ Returns From Hiatus With Lower Ratings


The latest episode of CSI: New York, “Flash Pop”, was the first new installment since February 10. The crime drama pulled in 9.44 million viewers on Friday, March 30, which is down nearly a million from the previous episode. However, this was enough to put CSI: NY ahead of Primetime What Would You Do? (5.02 million), Grimm (4.16 million), Fringe (3.11 million) and Supernatural (1.72 million). In the key 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers, New York was down a tenth from the last episode with a 1.6 rating/5 share for the hour. Primetime was second with 1.5/5, followed by Grimm and Fringe with 1.2/4, and Supernatural (0.7/2) rounded out the hour.

Source: TV by the Numbers

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