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The season premieres of Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill receives the highest marks for the CW network.

The CW Network is estactic with the results from Monday night’s episodes of Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill. Both primetime shows achieved very high ratings last night outshining their previous records for Monday night showings.

Gossip Girl delivered the highest ratings the show has ever produced in the 2 years since it’s conception for the CW Network. It delivered record breaking numbers in every category according to Nielson standards. It surpassed it’s previous records with Women 18-34 (4.2/12), Adults 18-34 (2.7/8), Women 18-49 (3.0/8), Adults 18-49 (1.9/5) and Viewers (3.7mil). Last night’s premiere improved greatly over it’s previous ratings with these impressive numbers, Women 18-34 (+27%), Adults 18-34 (+17%), Women 18-49 (+25%) and Adults 18-49 (+12%).

Not to be out shined by it’s sister show, One Tree Hill didn’t do all that shabby with it’s season premiere on Monday night. It has it’s best ratings since December 6, 2006. Last night’s show delivered,
Women 18-34 (3.6/9), Adults 18-34 (2.4/6) and Adults 18-49 (1.7/4).

With CW’s two front runners, it achieved Monday nights number one rating amongst it’s peer networks with
Women 18-34 (3.9/10), Adults 18-34 (2.6/7), Women 18-49 (2.8/7-tie), persons 12-34 (2.4/7), females 12-34 (3.7/10). These high marks continue to place the CW Network at the top for the third consecutive week among the female demographic.

The CW Network is confident with two front runners like Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill leading the way, this year’s season looks to be very successful.

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