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July 01, 2008

ABC reality shows tie CBS repeats

ABC's reality lineup tied CBS' repeats to win Monday night, with a special episode of "The Bachelorette" ranking as the evening's highest-rated original series.

"The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All" special (7.5 million viewers, 2.6 preliminary adults 18 to 49 rating and a 7 share) followed an original "Bachelorette" (7.2 million, 2.3/8). At 10 p.m., ABC aired "The Mole" (1.6/5).

CBS was second in the demo with repeats (averaging 7 million, 2.2/7), with a "Two and a Half Men" repeat the evening's top-rated show (8.3 million, 2.7/8). Fox was a close third with repeats (averaging 7.4 million, 2.1/7).

NBC came in fourth, with "American Gladiators" (1.8/6) and a season low "Nashville Star" (1.5/4). The CW aired repeats (averaging 960,000 viewers, 0.4/1).


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