Fox won with Glee (5.6), Raising Hope (3.1), and Running Wilde (2.4). Fox must be pretty ecstatic with Glee which wasn't bolstered by American Idol and blew away the competition, including making significant gains each quarter hour. On the other hand, the comedies didn't do too great even with the big lead in. We'll see how they do next week.
CBS was second with NCIS (4.0) and NCIS: Los Angeles (3.4, 3.0). Both shows were down from last year's premieres, but they still did good--maybe not what the execs were looking for but not bad at all.
ABC was third with Dancing with the Stars (2.6, 4.4) and Detroit 1-8-7 (2.3). The DWTS results show didn't get much attention, but the second hour did, averaging out well. Detroit 1-8-7 premiered worse than The Forgotten did last week, and from the quarter hour reports, people didn't like it.
NBC was last with Biggest Loser (2.9) and Parenthood (2.5). Biggest Loser took a pretty big dip from last year and Parenthood was down a touch from last week. We'll see if Parenthood can hold on once The Good Wife premieres next week.