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Miami Medical: A Hurricane of Viewers

OK, so, just a quick post on last night’s episode of Miami Medical Like a Hurricane — I’ll do a recap later this weekend since I didn’t get much sleep last night.

Overall, great episode. It fits well after 88 Seconds, the second episode, which is where it was originally intended to go as I understand.

Like a Hurricane helps us get to know Doctors Zambrano and Deleo a bit better, explaining more of the chemistry and team dynamic before the group really comes together. Too bad it’s been stuck out of order and won’t become part of a second season of this show.

Too bad especially because Like a Hurricane beat out every other show for viewership on Friday night, with 6.14 million people watching.

What, exactly, was CBS thinking when it canceled? Who knows.

Here are the viewership tracking numbers again.

Pilot (original airing): 7.54 million viewers
88 Seconds: 7.14 million viewers
What Lies Beneath: 6.78 million viewers
All Fall Down: Just over 6 million viewers
Golden Hour: 6.7 million viewers
Calle Cubana: 6.3 million viewers
Man on the Road: 5.93 million viewers
An Arm and a Leg: 6.6 million viewers
Pilot (rerun): 4.25 million viewers
Like a Hurricane: 6.14 million viewers

And, since I haven’t done my recap yet, I will simply leave you all with this cute picture of Jeremy Northam holding a duck…

Duck-tor Proctor, meet Doctor Proctor...

Cheers,
-SueVo

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June 5, 2010 - Posted by | Miami Medical | , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Duck-tor Proctor!! Sue, you have excelled yourself!!!!

    Comment by henrysmummy2003 | June 6, 2010 | Reply

  2. [...] I still think CBS have been far too hasty in cancelling it. If you look at the viewing figures, as SueVo recently pointed out, last Friday’s episode had the highest number of viewers of all shows that night. If there is [...]

    Pingback by Miami Medical, Like a Hurricane wins Friday night’s ratings « The Jer Blog, all about Jeremy Northam | June 8, 2010 | Reply


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