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Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Katie Couric & CW's Black Sunday Struggling

It took a month for CBS News anchor Katie Couric (7.5 million) to move to third and last place against ABC's Charles Gibson (7.6 million) and NBC's Brian Williams (8.2 million). At least she is still close to ABC.

When UPN and The WB combined to become The CW, the black nights were reduced and moved from Monday and Tuesday to Sunday. The ratings are not good. "Everybody Hates Chris" opened with 2.4 million (even with help from Whoopi Goldberg), "All of Us" (2.3 million), "Girlfriends" (2.7 milion) and "America's Next Top Model" (2.5 million). "Chris" and "Girlfriends" dropped 70 and 50 percent each from last year's premiers.
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