whos still standing 1226 TV ratings: 'Who's Still Standing' improves for NBC, but CBS reruns lead MondayFast national ratings for Monday, Dec. 26, 2011

The day after Christmas brought NBC a bigger audience for the game show “Who’s Still Standing?,” although its adults 18-49 numbers are still fairly modest. CBS, however, led the broadcast networks on the night with a slate of repeats.

The Eye averaged 6.6 million viewers and a 4.1 rating/7 share in households in primetime, topping NBC’s 5 million viewers and 2.9/5. ABC (3.8 million, 2.3/4) came in third. (Numbers for ABC and NBC may change some as affiliates in Atlanta and New Orleans, respectively, carried the “Monday Night Football” telecast.) FOX (2.9 million, 1.8/3) took fourth, and The CW trailed with 741,000 viewers and a 0.5/1.

CBS also led the adults 18-49 demographic with a 1.9 rating. NBC (1.4) was the only other net to break the 1.0 mark; ABC (0.9), FOX (0.8) and The CW (0.3) all fell below the line.

]]>8 p.m. NBC: “Who’s Still Standing?” (6.9 million viewers, 4.0/7 households)
CBS: “How I Met Your Mother” rerun (5.9 million, 3.8/6)/”2 Broke Girls” rerun (6.2 million, 3.9/6)
ABC: Special – “Rudolph’s Shiny New Year” (3.3 million, 1.9/3)
FOX: “House” rerun (3 million, 1.8/3)
The CW: Movie – “The Education of Charlie Banks” (938,000, 0.6/1) 18-49 leader: “2 Broke Girls” (1.9) 9 p.m. CBS: “Two and a Half Men” rerun (8.1 million, 4.9/8)/“Mike & Molly” rerun (7.35 million, 4.5/7)
NBC: “Fear Factor” rerun (4.75 million, 2.6/4)
ABC: “You Deserve It” (3.6 million, 2.1/3)
FOX: “House” rerun (2.8 million, 1.8/3)
The CW: “The Education of Charlie Banks” (545,000, 0.4/1) 18-49 leader: “Two and a Half Men” (2.4) 10 p.m. CBS: “Hawaii Five-0” rerun (6.1 million, 3.8/6)
ABC: “Castle” rerun (4.4 million, 2.8/5)
NBC: “Rock Center With Brian Williams” (3.5 million, 2.2/4) 18-49 leader: “Hawaii Five-0” (1.6)

Ratings information includes live and same-day DVR viewing. All numbers are preliminary and subject to change. Source: The Nielsen Company. More ratings at Zap2it: Daily, weekly and cable

Posted by:Rick Porter