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July 29, 2008

'Two and a Half Men' repeat tops Monday

Once again, Fox and CBS won Monday night by airing repeat programming, as ABC's new reality lineup continued to under perform.

Fox (averaging 6.9 million viewers, 2.2 preliminary adults 18 to 49 rating and a 6 share) and CBS (averaging 7.4 million, 2.2/6) tied to top the night, with a repeat of "Two and a Half Men" (9.2 million, 2.9/8) drawing the highest rating. NBC was second with average-performing episodes of "American Gladiators" (5.4 million, 1.9/6), "Nashville Star" (6.1 million, 1.6/4) and “Dateline” (5.9 million, 1.8/6).

ABC was fourth, as it has been every Monday night since the "Bachelorette" finale. The network aired the second time-period outings of “High School Musical: Get in the Picture” (3.6 million, 1.0/3) and "Wanna Bet?"(3.4 million, 1.2/3), with both shows growing slightly. At 10 p.m., "The Mole" (3.1 million, 1.2/3) hit a new low.


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