"Birds of Prey," the last of the red-hot WB's fall series to bow, took wing Wednesday night, soaring to boffo ratings despite facing ABC's surging reality series "The Bachelor."
Jay still has a comfortable lead, but Dave closed the gap in week two of the latenight wars.
NBC recorded another Wednesday victory behind "Law & Order," but ABC was a competitive second thanks to "The Bachelor," while the WB's "Birds of Prey" flew high in its premiere.
ABC delivered another winning performance on Tuesday, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen, capturing the night in adults 18-34, 18-49 and 25-54.
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CBS, behind another powerful perf from "Everybody Loves Raymond," captured Monday night in both adults 18-49 (tied with ABC) and total viewers, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
NBC is enjoying some "American Dreams" on Sunday, as the nostalgic family drama rolled up more impressive numbers in its second outing.
NBC defeated CBS in another Thursday night shootout last week, with the Eye keeping it close behind the strong second halves of both "Survivor" and "CSI."
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NBC and CBS again dominated Thursday's primetime action, with "Friends" and "CSI" both drawing more than 28 million viewers, according to preliminary nationals from Nielsen.
Nail-biter games between teams from the nation's largest markets have produced a strong ratings start to the postseason for Fox's coverage of Major League Baseball.