NBC’s new game show It’s Worth What got off to a so-so start, averaging a 1.8/6 among adults 18-49 in its 8 PM premiere last night. It did improve the time slot for NBC by 20% vs. last summer but did not provide a good lead-in for America’s Got Talent (3.3/9), which was down 18% from last week and tied as its lowest Tuesday result this summer. (though it may rise by a tenth in the finals.) NBC won Tuesday in 18-49 for a sixth straight week. The Tuesday premiere of Fox’s Hell’s Kitchen (2.5/8) matched the result for the reality series’ Monday debut. Masterchef (2.2/6) was up 5% from last week. Over at ABC, following a Wipeout repeat, 101 Ways To Leave A Game Show (1.5/4) was down 6%, while drama Combat Hospital (0.8/2) was low and even with last week.
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