"Glee" Continues to Lead the Ratings with Oct. 12 Episode, "Duets"

News   "Glee" Continues to Lead the Ratings with Oct. 12 Episode, "Duets"
 
"Glee" once again led the ratings race in the 8 PM hour for  the Oct. 12 episode "Duets," the fourth of its new season.

According to ew.com, the episode of the hit Fox musical comedy averaged 11.2 million viewers and a 4.6 rating with the 18-49ers. This marks a slight increase from last week's drop following the season's second, heavily hyped Britney Spears-themed episode. For this week, Fox and CBS ultimately tied for the overall Tuesday night ratings in the 18-49 demographic, with each network earning a 3.3. CBS won the night overall in viewers, with 15.6 million to Fox's 8 million. "NCIS," which airs opposite "Glee" at 8 PM, took in a 3.9 18-49 rating, although it averaged 18.9 million viewers. Each 18-49 ratings point is worth 1.31 million viewers.

Next week's episode, "The Rocky Horror Glee Show," will be directed by "Hairsrpay" film director Adam Shankman and will feature guest appearances by John Stamos and "Rocky Horror" film stars, Tony Award winner Barry Bostwick and Meat Loaf. Songs featured will include "Science Fiction/Double Feature," "Dammit Janet," "What Ever Happened to Saturday Night?," "Sweet Tranvestite," "Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me," "Over at the Frankenstein Place," and "The Time Warp."

"Glee" airs Tuesdays at 8 PM ET on Fox.

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