"Glee" was Tuesday night's top show for the fourth week in a row, but Fox tied with CBS for the second straight week. Both networks averaged a 3.3 rating/9 share in primetime. Technically it was a tie, but we give the win to CBS because it runs an 8-11 p.m. primetime schedule compared to Fox's shorter 8-10 p.m.
-- "Glee" was up ever-so-slightly from last week with a 4.6/13. It was followed by Fox's new comedies "Raising Hope," up 4 percent with a 2.6/7, and "Running Wilde." The latter has struggled so far this season, and it doesn't look like things are getting better any time soon. It scored a meager 1.5/4, down 12 percent from last week.
-- CBS scored with "NCIS" and "NCIS: LA," both up 3 percent, and "The Good Wife," which was up 4 percent.
-- ABC got the bronze, finishing third with a 2.5/7 from the "Dancing With the Stars" results show and the new series "No Ordinary Family" and "Detroit 1-8-7." "Family" was down 15 percent for a 2.3/6, its lowest rated telecast so far this fall. "Detroit 1-8-7" was up 6 percent to 1.8/5.
-- NBC was at the back of the pack with a 2.4/6 average and neither of its Tuesday shows look good. "The Biggest Loser" was up 4 percent from last week, when it got its smallest audience ever, but "Parenthood" tied its lowest ratings of all time with a 2.0/5.