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Gordon Ramsay’s new show does well, while Tony Robbins fails to inspire

Fox’s new Gordon Ramsay-fronted cooking competition MasterChef drew younger viewers, more than America’s Got Talent, but the weak new NBC series Breakthrough with Tony Robbins failed to draw any viewers.

MasterChef had 5.75 million viewers overall, and thus was beaten by Wipeout, America’s Got Talent, and NCIS: Los Angeles, but among viewers 18 to 49, it placed first at 9 p.m.

Breakthrough with Tony Robbins came in fourth place, drawing just 3.13 million viewers, beating only a One Tree Hill repeat.

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