You know when you see a car accident in the southbound lane, yet traffic is going just as slow in the northbound lane?
We all know why that is, the northbounders want to slow down and look at the accident and see if they see some blood.
Many thought that's what would happen in the morning show ratings game.
You sort of expected that NBC to maybe pull out a win, while people slowed down to look at the spectacular crash that is the Today Show.
And at first.... it look like Today was going to pull out a win at least in the demos.
But sad to say, there just might not have been enough blood (yet) at the scene of the crash.
ABC's Good Morning America, still walked away the ratings leader.
In a press release ABC says “Good Morning America” ranked No. 1 among the morning newscasts in both Total Viewers (5.078 million) and Adults 25-54
(1.918 million) for the 7th week in a row during the week of March 18, 2013, according to Nielsen Media Research.
“GMA” beat NBC’s “Today Show” (4.723 million and 1.900 million, respectively) by +355,000 Total Viewers and +18,000 Adults 25-54.