CBS and ABC are especially happy.
More than 16 million viewers watched the season-four premiere.
Once Upon a Time in Wonderland didn't do well last night, either; Glee did.
Easily the biggest audience yet for Ryan Murphy's scream show.
Explosive final-season ratings growth will be marked by the difference between life or death, and life or ennui.
It gave the other shows hell as it beat its own ratings high-water mark.
The hits and misses so far this fall on NBC, CBS, Fox, and ABC.
And over on Showtime, Homeland and Masters of Sex did okay.
And Betrayal is dead on arrival.
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Meanwhile, Law & Order: SVU is one popular 15-year-old.
But Lucky 7 doesn't have winning numbers in its debut.
And Sleepy Hollow looks like a legit hit.
Dancing With the Stars also may have found its groove again.
Just weeks after setting a ratings record.
But Miley Cyrus set a Twitter record!
Breaking Bad fans are bailing, big-time.
For one thing, tread lightly when it comes to quick cancellations.
Nielsen ratings aren't the only metric that matter anymore.
But those still watching are older.
Almost every returning show on network TV had fewer viewers than the prior year.
It still beat The Office and Scandal.
They (mis)reported, and viewers decided they didn't care.
Everybody dies, and everybody's ratings eventually decline.