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“Dads,” “Brooklyn Nine Nine” Ratings Improve on Light Tuesday

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Benefiting from an absence of original ABC and CBS competition, FOX’s “Dads” and “Brooklyn Nine Nine” made slight adults 18-49 ratings gains this week.

The former, which will embark on a hiatus from FOX’s schedule following its February 11 episode, drew an improved 1.4 adults 18-49 rating with 3.33 million viewers. Last week’s episode drew a 1.2 with 3.19 million viewers in the comparable fast nationals.

“Brooklyn Nine Nine,” meanwhile, delivered a 1.6 rating. Up a tenth in the demo, “Brooklyn Nine Nine”‘s viewership declined slightly to 3.67 million.

Airing out of a “New Girl” re-run (0.9, 2.06 million), an original “The Mindy Project” drew a 1.2 with 2.36 million. Last week’s “Girl”-assisted “Mindy” drew a 1.4 with 2.65 million.

Written by Brian Cantor

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