Ratings: Fringe Ends Season With 14-Week High, Finder Farewell Up, CSI: NY and Boss Drop

Fox’s Fringe ended its penultimate season on Friday with 3.2 million total viewers — up 16 percent week-to-week and a 14-week high — and a 1.0 demo rating (up a tenth).

Of the night’s other finales, Fox’s cancelled The Finder (4.2 mil/1.1) inched up 4 percent and a tenth, Undercover Boss (5.8 mil/1.1) plunged 27 percent in the demo, CBS bubble drama CSI: NY (9 mil/1.2) dropped 20 percent in the demo and Blue Bloods (10.6 mil/1.3) slipped a tenth (yet was of course Friday’s most-watched program).

TVLine’s remarkably easy-to-use Renewal Scorecard can of course be found here, reflecting the flurry of moves made in recent days by ABC, The CW and Fox.

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A few other notes….

* ABC’s newly renewed Shark Tank (5.5 mil/1.6) tied Primetime: WWYD for the night’s best demo rating.

* Renewed Nikita‘s penultimate episode (1.4 mil/0.4) added a few viewers, while Supernatural (1.7 mil/0.7) was flat.

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* NBC’s Grimm — one of the very first shows to be renewed this Upfronts season — was down 6 and 14 percent to 4.5 mil/1.2.

What were you watching this Friday?