Lie To Me Posts Its Best Ratings In Over a Year

Fox enjoyed its most watched Monday night of the 2010-11 TV season to date, as House won the 8 o’clock hour and Lie To Me delivered its best numbers in well over a year.

House kicked off the night with an audience of 10.44 million total viewers, and a 3.7 rating in the 18-to-49 demo (up 6 percent week-to-week). Lie To Me in turn scored 7.66 million viewers (its best audience since October 2009) and a 2.4 rating (representing a 14-month high).

Lie To Me has only one episode left to air this season, next week’s Social Network-y “Killer App.” Hopefully this week’s surge will help the series earn a Season 4 pick-up.

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Elsewhere on Monday night:

* Opposite the first hour of The Bachelor (9.2 million viewers), CBS comedy repeats and House, Chuck spied an audience of 6.2 mil and a 2 rating, which was on par with its week-ago numbers. (Raise your hand if, like me, you’re a superfan of brunette Sarah!) The CW’s 90210 was welcomed back by 1.7 million viewers.

* In the 9 o’clock hour, NBC’s The Cape hit a series low 1.6 rating, and netted 5.9 million viewers. Gossip Girl returned to an audience of 1.6 mil, shedding 6 percent of its lead-in.

* Harry’s Law and Castle shared bragging rights come 10 pm, with the NBC legal dramedy leading in total viewers (10.4 million) and the ABC drama copping better demos (with a 2.4 rating).

What was your programming of choice this Monday?

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