NCIS: Sydney Ratings Soar to Premiere Levels! Unbelievable Audience Surge & Finale Steadiness Revealed!

In the latest TV show ratings, Part 1 of the Season 1 finale of NCIS: Sydney on CBS emerged as Tuesday’s most-watched program. The episode garnered its best audience since the premiere, with 5.1 million total viewers. The show dipped a tenth in the demo to a 0.3 rating.

ABC’s Celebrity Jeopardy! (4.4 million/0.5) maintained stability, while a three-pack of Only Murders in the Building reruns on ABC averaged 2.1 million viewers and a 0.2 demo rating, slightly down in viewership.

NBC’s Night Court (3.4 million/0.4), Extended Family (2.6 million/0.3), La Brea (2.1 million/0.2), and Found’s freshman finale (2.3 million/0.3, average TVLine reader grade “A-“) all maintained demo stability, although the latter three each experienced a slight drop in viewership.

FOX’s Name That Tune (1.6 million/0.3) remained steady, and The Floor (2.7 million/0.5) saw an uptick in both measures.

On The CW, Inside the NFL (310K) and Whose Line is It Anyway? (300K) experienced a decline in audience.

These Live+Same Day numbers provide a snapshot of a show’s performance, considering factors like delayed playback via DVR and streaming platforms, as well as out-of-home viewing. The reported Nielsen fast nationals (unless specified as finals) aim to highlight trends or notable achievements. For further insights, you can  and your questions may be addressed in Matt’s Inside Line

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