'Community,' 'Parks' rise; 'Fringe' drops

By , November 7, 2009

“Community” and “Parks & Recreation” rose to their highest ratings in weeks on Thursday night. The NBC comedies were recently picked up for full seasons and showed spark on a night when most shows declined. While over on Fox, some viewers didn’t get the message that no Game 7 meant the return of “Fringe” — the series hit a dramatic series low.

NBC’s “Community” (5.6 million, 2.3) reached its best rating since moving to 8 p.m., while “Parks & Recreation” (4.9 million, 2.2) had its highest number since last April. Curiously, even though the earlier comedies rose, “Office” (7.9 million, 3.9) and “30 Rock” (5.9 million, 2.9) dropped about 6% each. “The Jay Leno Show” (4.7 million, 1.6) was up 7%. This is the second night this week Leno’s talk show has posted gains. Could “Leno Show” ratings finally be settling?

[source: thrfeed]

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