Ratings: Glee and NCIS On Top, While Traffic Light Is Looking a Little Green

Fox’s Glee topped the demos this Tuesday, on a night when most every network show was down in the ratings and overall viewership.

Specifically, Glee led the pack with a 4.2 rating (dipping 7 percent week-to-week), while playing to 10.46 million total viewers (down 9 percent).

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Later in the night things weren’t nearly as gleeful for Fox, as the midseason comedy Traffic Light (3.57 million viewers/1.5 rating) plunged 21 percent from its premiere to fall below the season average of its ill-fated time slot predecessor, Running Wilde.

Elsewhere this Tuesday:

8/7c | NCIS, TV’s No. 1 scripted series, dipped 4 percent in total viewers (to 19.5 mil) and tied a season-low rating of 3.7. Both No Ordinary Family (1.5) and One Tree Hill (0.8) enjoyed small gains in the demos.

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9/8c | NCIS: LA led the hour with typical tallies (16.8 million viewers and a 3.3 rating). ABC bubble series V held steady with a total audience of 5.39 million while notching a slight increase with the 18-49 crowd (hitting 1.9).

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10/9c | The Good Wife led in viewers with 11.4 million of ’em, yet tied a series-low 2.0 rating. Both Detroit 1-8-7 (5.2 mil/1.2) and Parenthood (5.1 mil/1.9) slipped a few percentage points in both measures.

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