'Kir'Shara' Brings Out Viewers

By Michelle
December 4, 2004 - 10:16 PM

See Also: 'Kir'Shara' Episode Guide

Though the middle installment of the Vulcan arc brought in low numbers on the night after Thanksgiving, "Kir'Shara" raised Star Trek: Enterprise's ratings to the level it achieved several weeks earlier.

Zap2It reports that Enterprise brought in a 2.1 rating/4 share for UPN. These numbers mean that 2.1% of American households with televisions were estimated to have tuned in to "Kir'Shara", representing 4% of homes watching television during the 8 p.m. hour.

Though UPN continued to trail the other five networks for the night as a rerun of America's Next Top Model failed to hold he audience, Enterprise again beat the WB's What I Like About You and Grounded For Life in an hour dominated by NBC's Dateline and CBS's seasonal broadcast of Frosty the Snowman and its sequel.

Last week "Awakening" earned only a 1.8 rating/3 share in the fast national ratings, which predict total ratings. Two weeks earlier, "The Augments" brought in a 2.1/4.

A more complete report on the fast national ratings report is at Zap2It.

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