"Glee" Ratings: Week 11

PlayBlog   "Glee" Ratings: Week 11
 
One week after hitting a season low in ratings, the FOX dramedy "Glee" has rebounded by hitting a season high in both viewers and the crucial 18-49 demographic.


Last night's episode, in which an ongoing storyline centering on the show's central character came to a head, was seen by 8.2 million viewers and garnered a 3.6 rating in the 18-49 demo, according to the Hollywood Reporter. 

Against lighter-than-usual competition – reruns of "Modern Family," "Cougar Town," "Law & Order: SVU" plus a Grammy nominations concert – "Glee" came first in the 18-49 demo for its time slot.

The Dec. 2 episode of the music-filled show starring Broadway's Matthew Morrison and Lea Michele featured two versions of the song "Smile" (Lily Allen and Charlie Chaplin's) – as well as Van Halen's "Jump."

Next week's show is the fall season's finale, and it will feature the songs "My Life Would Suck Without You," "You Can't Always Get What You Want" and "Don't Rain on My Parade."

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