/// Resurrection Returns Strong for ABC
ABC on Sunday night notched a significant victory in the prime-time ratings race, as the second installment of its new supernatural drama series, Resurrection , dominated the fiercely competitive 9 p.m. time slot. According to Nielsen fast national data, Resurrection scared up 10.8 million viewers and a 3.0 in the 18-49 demo, making it the night’s top-rated program. Resurrection retained 83 percent of its inaugural delivery (3.6), thereby putting a crimp in the time-slot premiere of NBC’s Believe . (When adjusted to reflect live-plus-same-day deliveries, the Resurrection premiere drew a 3.8 in the demo.) After premiering in the 10 p.m. window behind NBC’s The Voice, the J.J. Abrams thriller Believe fell sharply upon taking up residence in its official slot. Last night’s installment of Believe lost nearly half (48 percent) of its opening rating , averaging a 1.4 in the dollar demo.
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Resurrection Returns Strong for ABC
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