Ratings: As NBC Football Dominates Thanksgiving, Two CBS Shows Rise

NBC Sunday Night Football‘s Thanksgiving night broadcast of the Bears/Packers drew 25.2 million total viewers and an 8.0 demo rating (per fast nationals), up 10 and 8 percent year over year and topping CBS’ four fresh offerings combined.

That said, leading out of an old Bang (12.8 mil/3.4), CBS’ Life in Pieces (8 mil/2.2) is currently up 22 percent in the demo from last week. Mom (6.7 mil/1.6) and 2 Broke Girls (5.9 mil/1.6) each dipped one tenth, while Elementary (5.3 mil/1.0) ticked up a tenth.

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  1. DL says:

    Yeesh, I had no idea Elementary was doing so poorly this season. I love the show; I hope it has a ratings resurgence.

  2. Susan says:

    I love Elementary and watched it last night like I always do. Great episode!!!

  3. The Squatch says:

    I have to say.. I really do like Life In Pieces. I wasn’t sure at first but the more I watch it the more I like it. Last night’s episode was particularly good with the “hospital date”. And I especially loved the section with the little girl’s voiceover while on her time out. Really cute and funny. I like the way each episode tells several different stories, broken up between different characters. It makes the ones where the entire family interacts with each other even better.

  4. P.T. says:

    Jesus Christ, Broke’s rating have practically gone to sh… (Last year it started with 11M viewers. It may as well be the one under real threat of getting the boot, not Castle.)