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April 21, 2009

Cable ratings: 'Gardens,' 'Sight,' 'Fake'

Plain sight  -- The season premieres of USA's In Plain Sight (5.1 million, 1.7 rating among adults 18-49) and Law & Order: Criminal Intent (4.6 million, 1.3) topped Sunday night cable programing in the adult demo. Sight was only off a tenth from last season's opener and posted its second-strongest rating to date, while the eighth-season debut of CI was up 15% over last year's June premiere.

-- HBO's krazy-Kennedys biopic Grey Gardens was the network's fourth-most-watched original premiere movie since 2004, drawing 1.8 million viewers during its debut airing Saturday night and eventually racking up a total of 2.7 million viewers by the time the weekend was over.

-- ABC Family's original movie My Fake Fiance (3.7 million, 1.5), starring Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence, did well Sunday night and ranked as the network's fourth-highest draw ever among women 18-34 (1 million).


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