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June 19, 2008

Fox tops Wednesday with 'Dance'

On a Wednesday night full of repeats, Fox's two-hour "So You Think You Can Dance" easily topped the ratings chart.

For the fourth week in a row, Fox won the night with "Dance" (8.7 million viewers, 3.2 adults 18-49 rating and a 10 share), though the show also had its lowest Wednesday rating to date.

NBC was second with a 90-minute "Deal or No Deal" (8.2 million, 2.1/7) followed by a the 90-minute second episode of "Celebrity Circus" (6.7 million, 2.0/8). "Circus" was down 13% from its premiere, but won the 10 p.m. hour against competitors' repeats.

ABC was third with repeats (averaging 4.5 million, 1.7/5) and CBS fourth (averaging 6.9 million, 1.6/5). The CW aired "Farmer Wants a Wife" (2.3 million, 0.9/3) and a repeat.


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