'Sickbay' Cures Ratings Woes

By Caillan
October 23, 2002 - 2:43 PM

See Also: 'A Night In Sickbay' Episode Guide

'A Night In Sickbay' last Wednesday scored Enterprise's biggest audience since 'Sleeping Dogs' in January.

The episode attracted 6.26 million viewers, according to ratings data released by Variety. 'Sickbay's' final rating was a 3.9/6, meaning approximately 3.9% of American households with television sets were tuned into Enterprise, while the episode was viewed by 6% of households watching television at the time.

These figures represented Enterprise's highest viewership since 'Sleeping Dogs' aired on January 30; that episode also received a 3.9/6 final rating. Adding to the success, 'Sickbay' netted a 3.1 rating / 9 share in the key adults 18-49 demographic.

Enterprise was also UPN's top-rated programme for the week, placing 74th out of 128 prime-time shows. According to Variety's Rick Kissell "UPN is still showing declines but saw its most competitive week of the season." Fellow Viacom network CBS won the week in overall viewers, while NBC won the adults 18-49 demographic.

Further ratings details can be found in this Variety report or this Reuters article.

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