Don't call it a comeback, but the audience for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles has grown for the second week running. Has the show turned a corner in its ratings woes?
This Friday's rise (0.15 million viewers) may have been small, especially in comparison with the previous week's 0.5 million, but the week-on-week gain is notable not only for its rarity, but also the fact that this second gain came on a night when everyone expected the audience to drop, thanks to CBS' NCAA Basketball coverage (Dollhouse's ratings dropped this week, slightly, most likely through a combination of the basketball and running opposite BSG's finale). If this rise continues, even so slowly, the combination of this with the DVR additional viewership for the show gives weight to the argument that Fox should keep the show around for a third season... but maybe on a different night. Wednesdays look good, right?
Updated Friday Ratings: Dollhouse foundation holds up against NCAAs [TV By The Numbers]