Posted by : yankeesrj12 Wednesday, April 24, 2013

NBA topped the night, Storage Wars does well, and TBS' Who Gets the Last Laugh grows from week ago premiere.

The NBA on TNT got some mileage last night, with the 8 o'clock game putting up 3.38 million viewers and 1.4 demo and the 10 o'clock game scoring 2.87 million viewers and 1.4 demo.  Interesting that despite the viewer difference, both games had a 1.4 demo.

A&E's hit series Storage Wars bid its way to 3.02 million viewers and 1.0 demo for its 930 airing.  The 9 o'clock airing had 2.58 million viewers and 0.9 demo.

A week after its season debut, Deadliest Catch fell to 3.05 million viewers and 1.4 demo.  It's lead-out was the premiere of Backyard Oil, debuting to 1.84 million viewers and 0.7 demo.

Last week was not a happy week for TBS, but they had a lot to laugh about last night.  Week two of new series Who Gets the Last Laugh? jumped to 1.74 million viewers and 0.9 demo, up 14% among total viewers and 29% in the demo from its premiere.  It should be noted that its lead in, The Big Bang Theory, was up two tenths from last week as well, putting retention ~54%.

In season finale news, The Jeselnik Offensive signed off with 880,000 viewers and 0.5 demo, its worst performance of the season.  It'll be interesting to see if Comedy Central gives it a renewal.  The lead in for 'Jeselnik' was reliable Tosh.O, which had 1.83 million viewers and 1.2 demo.

ESPN's 30 for 30 aired a new documentary to 1.06 million viewers and 0.6 demo.

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