NBC Making Saturday Ratings Win Routine

NBC used its strongest franchise to maintain order and win another Saturday ratings battle with a 6.3 rating/11 share among households. FOX was second with a 4.8/9, followed by ABC, 3.6/6 and CBS, 3.4/6.

A repeat of “Law & Order” began things at 8 with a 5.5/10 for NBC, while 2 episodes of “Cops” managed a 4.6/9 for FOX. ABC ran the movie “Jerry Maguire,” for three hours, taking a 3.5/6 for the first hour. CBS spent 2 hours on the season finale of “Wickedly Perfect,” managing a 2.8/6 for the two hours.

At 9 p.m., “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” kept it going for NBC with a 6.2/11, while FOX moved up with “America’s Most Wanted,” at 5.2/9. ABC continued with “Jerry Maguire” and CBS finished off “Perfect.”

“Law & Order: SVU” got the night’s biggest ratings at 10 with a 7.3/13 for NBC. CBS was second for the hour with “48 Hours Mystery,” 4.6/9, and ABC had its best hour of the night with a 4.2/8.

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