The TV Renewal/Cancellation Scorecard has been updated with these ratings.
“The Event” returned from its month-long hiatus (never a good idea in itself) only to seal its fate. “The Event,” for those who don’t mind being spoiled, is the show going off the air at the end of the season. “Harry’s Law” was flat against last week; it’s still on the bubble.
Warner Brothers fired Charlie Sheen, but it doesn’t make much sense. The show was the fourth most watched program on television in the ad-friendly demo Monday for a repeat — and the second most watched program of the night in total viewers.
“House” was up big-time for that series-altering episode.
House: 3.8 demo, 11 million viewers
The Bachelor: 3.0 demo, 9.6 million viewers
*How I Met Your Mother: 2.0, 6.4 million viewers
The Event: 1.4 demo, 5.5 million viewers
*90210: .2 demo, .7 million viewers
Mad Love: 2.4 demo, 7.2 million viewers
The Bachelor: 3.2 demo, 10.3 million viewers
*Two and Half Men: 2.8 demo, 10.5 million viewers
The Chicago Code: 2.1 demo, 7.5 million viewers
The Event: 1.4 demo, 4.9 million viewers
*Gossip Girl: .2 demo, .5 million viewers
*Mike and Molly: 2.6 demo, 9.3 million viewers
*Hawaii Five-0: 2.0 demo, 7.5 million viewers
Harry’s Law: 1.8 demo, 9.4 million viewers
*Castle: 1.4 demo, 5.7 million viewers
by far chicago code one of the best police action shows i have seen in a long time, good action and story lines…………..i love it