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May 28, 2010

Fox's 'Dance' premieres strong

Fox's summer got off to a strong start Thursday night with the two-hour premiere of "So You Think You Can Dance."

"Dance" (7.8 million viewers, 3.0 preliminary adults 18-49 rating) was up 11% from its in-season premiere in the fall, and down 12% from its premiere this time last year. "Dance" also grew every half hour to rank as the night's top-rated show.

Meanwhile, another premiere, NBC's new sitcom "100 Questions" (2.5 million, 0.8), tied something called "Hollywood Salutes Matt Damon" (3.3 million, 0.8) on ABC as the lowest-rated show of the night.

Also on ABC, the series finale of "FlashForward" (5.0 million, 1.3) hit an all-time low (see a clip of how "FlashForward" ended here).

Everybody else aired repeats, all hail summer.


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