July 24 2024

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‘CSI:NY’ Finale Wins Viewers, Falls In The Demo

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CSI: New York aired its eighth season finale on Friday, May 11, and the crime drama won in total viewers while coming up short in the key demo. “Near Death” pulled in 9.03 million viewers, which is up slightly from the previous episode, and these numbers were enough to put CSI: NY ahead of Primetime: What Would You Do? (4.79 million), Grimm (4.46 million), Fringe (3.16 million) and Supernatural (1.68 million). In the key 18-49 demographic prized by advertisers, New York dropped from the previous episode with a 1.1 rating/4 share for the hour. This put the crime drama behind Primetime (1.6/5) and Grimm (1.2/4), but ahead of Fringe (1.0/3) and Supernatural (0.7/2).


Source: TV by the Numbers

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1 thought on “‘CSI:NY’ Finale Wins Viewers, Falls In The Demo

  1. The actors are great, all of them, but the season finale was a waste of an hour. Terrible script and whoever wrote it did a terrible job. I don’t think I will watch it next season at all.

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