Ratings: Big Bang's Biggest Audience Ever, Parks and Millers Hit Season Highs, Assets Slips Lower

Ratings Parks and RecreationParks and Recreation celebrated its 100th episode in style, surging 40 percent in the demo from its most recent outing to hit a season high of 1.5, per finals.

The beloved yet underrated NBC comedy also hit a season high in total viewers, with 3.4 mil.

Opening NBC’s night, Community (3.6 mil/1.4) rose two tenths from last week’s double-pump premiere. Sean Saves the World (3.1 mil/1.0) and Michael J Fox (3.1 mil/1.0) both added some eyeballs and two tenths in the demo, while Parenthood drew its best-since-season premiere audience (4.26 mil) but was flat in the demo (with a 1.3).

Over on CBS, The Big Bang Theory drew its largest audience ever for a regularly scheduled episode — 20.35 million total viewers, per finals — while hitting an 11-month high in the demo (5.7). The Millers led out of that with season highs of 13.4 mil/3.3. The Crazy Ones (9.5 mil/2.4) surged 20 percent in the demo, while Two and a Half Men (9.6mil/2.4) and Elementary (10 mil/2.0) each ticked up two tenths.

ABC’s The Taste (4.5 mil/1.3) was flat versus its season opener, while Assets (2.9 mil/0.6) dropped 24 percent and a tenth. Gonna be a lonnnng eight more weeks for ABC.

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