By Gary Levin, USA TODAY
Unfashionable. NBC's ratings woes continued with the second-season premiere of Fashion Star (3 million viewers Friday, a distant fifth). CW's Cult, kicked to the same night after two low-rated Tuesday outings, didn't do much worse with 680,000. But the big star was the finale of Univision's novela Por Ella Soy Eva (For Her, I'm Eva), which drew 6.6 million and won the night among young-adult viewers.
Biblical. Week 2 of History's The Bible miniseries dipped to 10.8 million from last week's 13.1 million, restoring AMC's The Walking Dead's perch as the night's top show, though it ranked a close second. Lifetime's Army Wives returned with 2.4 million, while companion The Client List opened its second season with 2.2 million.
Miscellany. Bravo's latest, L.A. Shrinks, needs analysis: It opened with just 742,000 viewers Monday. TBS' King of the Nerds reality competition crowned a winner Thursday with 1.5 million. USA's White Collar wrapped its short winter season with 2.4 million Tuesday. And Thursday's Shark Tank repeat (4.4 million) nearly matched the 5.1 million ABC claimed for last week's Zero Hour in the same time slot, and improved on it among younger viewers. Zero was yanked after two episodes.