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January 27, 2009

'House' hits season high; 'Bachelor' grows

House1 With CBS airing encores, Fox and ABC enjoyed some of their best Monday night viewership all season.

Fox’s "House” (15.6 million viewers, 5.9 preliminary adults 18-49 rating and 15 share) climbed to its biggest rating this season, followed by a slightly boosted “24” (12.1 million, 4.2/10).

Second-place ABC’s “The Bachelor” (10.6 million, 3.9/10) is up yet again this week -- to a season high -- with fans saying this is a strong season of the show. “True Beauty” (7 million, 2.9/7) likewise gained and won 10 p.m. If “Beauty” is able to maintain this level, the show has a fair shot of being the first ABC unscripted series since last summer’s “Wipeout” to get a renewal. 

CBS aired repeats. NBC was fourth with the finale of “Superstars of Dance” (6.7 million, 1.6/4) hitting its lowest rating to date, and part two of “The Last Templar” (8.3 million, 1.9/5) down 17% from Sunday. The CW aired repeats.


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