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Well Marc Berman is reporting the breakdown in Fast Nationals over on his website  A great ratings web site, for those who like to know.

The 8:30 half hour had 9.60 million viewers (the lowest levesl since season 9). and a 2.6 in 18-49

The 9:00 half fhour increased to  11.74 million viewers and a 3.3 in 18-49 year olds.

Know due to the overrun of Golf (Yeah Golf), these ratings may change up a bit when final numbers are announced.

Final Numbers are out for Sunday's opening

The Show averaged 10.29 million viewers with a 3.1 in 18-49 demographic.

It was CBS lowest rated in total viewers for the night, but its highest rated in teh 18-49 demo.

From CBS Press:

The premiere of THE AMAZING RACE:  ALL-STARS (8:27-9:27PM) was second from 8:30-9:30PM in households (6.2/10), viewers (10.29m) and adults 25-54 (3.9/09).  Compared to the 90-minute first episode of THE AMAZING RACE on Sept. 17, 2006, the winter premiere added +160,000 viewers (from 10.13m, +2%).

I honestly think that CBS was a little disappointed by the performance.  While it is a slight improvement over last season's opener.  But the demo numbers were good.  ANd in most cases that is the key issue for a shows continued health.

Last seasons opener came after the ratings depressed end of season 9 (where the switch to a later time period really hurt the ratings).

But most of season ten ranged in the 11-12 million range.

Hopefully teh show will manage to also improve its standings this season, though this week they will of course be expecting a serious decline in the ratings.  But it will be expected.

i think the golf overrun was actually a killer this time in the begining


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