SG-1 ratings rebound slightly
Monday - February 27, 2006 | by Darren Sumner
Stargate SG-1 bounced back slightly on Friday, February 10 from its season-low rating (story), while Stargate Atlantis and Battlestar Galactica shared honors as The SCI FI Channel's highest-rated program of the week.
SG-1's "Off the Grid" premiered at 8 p.m. Eastern/Pacific, earning a 1.6 average household rating. This is up one-tenth of a point from "Ethon" on February 3, but still well below the season average.
Stargate Atlantis built on its lead-in with a 1.8 rating for "The Long Goodbye." This is down one-tenth of a point from the previous week's episode.
Finally, Battlestar Galactica rounded out the night also with a 1.8 rating. "Sacrifice" was also down one-tenth from the previous episode.
In addition to competition from hit network shows like Dancing With the Stars, the shows were also up against the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics on NBC.
The final two episodes of the season air Friday, March 3 and March 10 on SCI FI in the U.S.!
(Source: Nielsen Galaxy Report, via Sci Fi Wire. Thanks to Morjana for the tip!)
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