Fast National Ratings Rise At 'Home'

By Michelle
October 23, 2004 - 4:32 PM

See Also: 'Home' Episode Guide

There was good news for Star Trek: Enterprise in the fast national ratings this week, as the series rose .2, nearly back to the numbers for its season premiere.

Zap2It reports that Enterprise brought in a 1.9 rating/4 share for UPN. This means that 1.9% of American households with televisions were tuned in to "Home", representing 4% of homes with televisions turned on during the 8 p.m. hour. The show beat the WB's What I Like About You and Grounded for Life for the 8 p.m. hour.

Last week the show earned only a 1.7/3, yet total audience numbers grew from the week previously, so the total ratings for "Home" might be higher still. Competition from major league baseball broadcast has significantly affected regular television series ratings, but last night there was no game on Fox.

NBC swept the night with fast national ratings averaging a 6.2/11, beating second-place CBS in all three hours. Overall UPN managed a 1.6/3 for the night, putting it behind the WB's 2.3/4. Final audience numbers will be available sometime next week.

The original ratings article is at Zap2It.

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