'Ties' ties previous week's ratings
Monday - August 8, 2005 | by Darren Sumner
Stargate SG-1 is entrenching itself once again as The SCI FI Channel's highest-rated series. "The Ties That Bind" topped the ratings charts for the network on Friday, August 5, staying within just one-tenth of a ratings point from the season premiere.
The episode earned a 2.0 average household rating at 8 p.m. Eastern/Pacific, staying even with the previous week's episode. More than 2.4 million viewers tuned in to the fourth episode of SG-1's ninth season.
Stargate Atlantis followed at 9 p.m. with "Duet." The episode earned a 1.9 household rating, down one-tenth of a point from last week and two-tenths from the season premiere.
Battlestar Galactica rounded out the night in the 10 p.m. timeslot, with "Resistance" also earning a 1.9 rating. This is down one-tenth of a point from the previous week, and a new low-mark for the hit show.
The shows earned 1.2 (+9%), 0.9 (even), and 0.7 (even) ratings, respectively, for the late-night reruns of the same episodes.
Meanwhile, the third episode of Firefly earned a 1.1 household rating outside of primetime at 7 p.m., down one-tenth of a point from the previous week.
All-new episodes of Stargate continue this Friday at 8 p.m. on The SCI FI Channel!
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