Fox’s ‘Traffic Light’ Off to So-So Start; ‘Glee’ Flat

Fox wins the night, though ‘Glee’ gets no bounce from post-Super Bowl episode

Coming off its best-rated episode ever, "Glee" powered Fox to a ratings win Tuesday night but barely improved on its last Tuesday airing and didn't jumpstart the new comedy "Traffic Light."

After Sunday's episode — the highest-rated scripted show in three years — "Glee" returned to its Tuesday-at-8 p.m. slot with 11.5 million total viewers and a 4.5/12 among Adults 18-49, up two percent in the demo from its last Tuesday telecast, on Dec. 7.

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"Raising Hope" followed at 9 with 6.8 million total viewers and a 2.8/8 in the demo, but the series debut of "Traffic Light" at 9:30 scored a modest 4.6 million total viewers and a 1.9/5 in the demo.

It was up, however, from the "Running Wilde" average of 1.6/4.