"Glee" Ratings Fall Season Report Card

PlayBlog   "Glee" Ratings Fall Season Report Card
"Glee," the hit FOX dramedy about a struggling glee club, concluded its fall season on Dec. 9, but ratings have continued to trickle in because post-air DVR data takes several weeks to collect.

Now that complete viewership numbers are in, FOX has just sent out a press release crowing about its fourth quarter season performance, and "Glee" is featured prominently in the writeup.

Here are the "Glee"-related highlights:

- "Glee" is the season’s No. 1 new hour among the Adult 18-34 demographic and Teens, and ranks as the No. 1 new show among Women 18-49 and Women 18-34.

- "Glee" ranks as the No. 1 show overall among Female Teens.

- "Glee" has broadcast primetime’s highest concentration of Adults 18-49 with a household income of $100K+ and has one of the most educated audiences (4+ years of college) in broadcast primetime.

Conventional wisdom is that when "Glee" returns to FOX April 13, its already-rosy ratings will get a substantial bump from its new lead-in, "American Idol."

The music-filled "Glee," which stars Broadway's Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele, will boast guest appearances by Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff and Kristin Chenoweth in its spring season.

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