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    Posted: 12:46:41 on October 16 2002
    By: Alexander Chase
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    The Wednesday print edition of USA Today has published the final ratings for the week of October 7-13; a week which saw the first genre casualty of the season in ABC's Push, Nevada. "Dead Stop continued to recover lost ground for Enterprise as the number of viewers increased to 5.4 million, up 12.5% from the disappointing showing of the season premiere "Shockwave, Part II", for a 3.5/6 rating and share. ENT's 5.4 million was good enough for 4th place for the week with FOX's John Doe and Firefly out for the count because of the Major League baseball playoffs.

    For the week, ABC's Alias once again finished on top but the Jennifer Garner vehicle seems determined to make a race out of it this year, dropping another 300,000 viewers and bringing the # 1 slot within range of The WB's Smallville, which continues to perform very strongly. The WB's Batman-dereivative Birds of Prey premiered this week at the # 3 slot with an impressive 7.6 million viewers, especially considering it ran opposite of NBC's declining but still strong The West Wing (viewers down 26% this year, according to USA Today). Birds of Prey secured a 4.7/7 rating and share. ABC's Push, Nevada and UPN's Haunted continued their descent into irrelevancy while UPN's The Twilight Zone appears to have stabilized around the 3.5-4.0 million mark.

    Overall, UPN once again finished in last place with an average of 4.2 million viewers, one million behind The WB. CBS again edged out NBC for the top spot (13.2 million compared to 12.4 million)

    Top Rank Science Fiction/Fantasy Network Series
    Week of October 7-13 (based on number of viewers)

    1) Alias (ABC) - 5.8/9 (9.4 million)
    2) Smallville (WB) - 4.8/7 (8.8 million)
    3) Birds of Prey (WB) - 4.7/7 (7.6 million)
    4) Enterprise (UPN) - 3.5/6 (5.4 million)
    5) Charmed (WB) - 3.1/5 (5.0 million)
    6) Buffy the Vampire Slayer (UPN) - 3.0/5 (4.9 million)
    7) Angel (WB) - 2.5/4 (4.2 million)
    8) The Twilight Zone (UPN) - 2.6/4 (3.8 million)
    9) Push, Nevada (ABC) - 2.6/4 (3.6 million)
    10) Haunted (UPN) - 1.4/2 (2.5 million)

    NOTE: FOX's John Doe and Firefly were preempted for the Major League Baseball playoffs.

    NEXT WEEK: Will FOX's massive promotion of John Doe and Firefly during the playoffs give both shows a viewer dose in the arm?

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    Season Two (2002-2003)
    Prod #Title Airdate
    128 Shockwave, Part II 9/18/02
    127 Carbon Creek9/25/02
    129 Minefield10/02/02
    131 Dead Stop10/09/02
    130 A Night In Sickbay10/16/02
    132 Marauders10/30/02
    133 The Seventh11/06/02
    134 The Communicator11/13/02
    135 Singularity11/20/02
    136 Vanishing Point11/27/02
    137 Precious Cargo12/11/02
    138 The Catwalk12/18/02
    139 Dawn1/??/03
    140 Cease Fire1/??/03
    Season One (2001-2002)


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