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March 30, 2010

'Castle' hits series high

Castle The second week of ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" dipped from its record-setting debut, while continuing to boost "Castle" to new heights.

"Dancing" (23 million, 5.6 adults 18-49 rating) was down 11% this week, while "Castle" (13.9 million, 3.5) dominated 10 p.m., eased by CBS airing a "CSI: Miami" repeat and up 12% to set another series high. 

CBS landed in second place for the night despite only airing one original program -- "Rules of Engagement" (7.4 million, 3.0).

Fox placed third with a repeat "House" followed by "24" (8.5 million, 2.6), its series-ending announcement failing to boost its ratings.

NBC's "Chuck" (5.7 million, 2.1) was up 11%, while "Trauma" (4.7 million, 1.5) and "Law & Order" (6 million, 1.8) underperformed.

On The CW, "Life Unexpected" (2.0 million, 0.9) and "Gossip Girl" (1.7 million, 0.9).


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