The #1 series of the summer reigned supreme yet again. America's Got Talent (2.3) was up from last Tuesday's episode by one-tenth in the 18-49 demo. The episode was also up from last week by about 300,000 total viewers (10.55 million).
Hollywood Game Night (1.3) seemed to benefit greatly from the AGT performance, improving by two-tenths and a second place finish among viewers 18-49.
Telemundo's top novela Señor de los Cielos (1.2) held steady in the demo, and CBS' Zoo dropped one-tenth from last week (1.0).
OWN's The Haves and Have Nots (.9) fell one-tenth from last week, but still finished Tuesday as cable's top-rated primetime program. It was the 5th-highest-rated primetime program across both broadcast and cable.
Spike's Ink Master (.8) improved one-tenth of a point in the demo, and TNT's Rizzoli & Isles (.8) improved by two-tenths. The two tied for second place among P18-49 (cable).
History's Counting Cars held steady in the 18-49 demo with a .6 Live+SD rating, while Tosh .0 (.55) fell a tenth.
The aforementioned Rizzoli & Isles brought in 4.8 million total Live+SD viewers, up 200,000 from the previous episode. Needless to say, it was the most-watched show on cable.
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