The Good Doctor was back on top of the Canadian Top-30 among viewers in English Canada. That’s how Numeris saw the race between conventional broadcasters the week of November 1 to 7.
In francaphone Quebec, however, District 31 continues to draw almost as many viewers. The series averaged 1,762,000 over four days of viewing just from one province. Le Bon Docteur, by the way, drew 817,000 francaphone viewers in Quebec, bon enough for 21st place.
Global also contunes to thrive as of late, scoring four of the Top-5 and six of the Top 10 most-watched shows for the third week in a row according to Numeris’s Live+7 totals among all viewers ages 2+.
Here are the Top 10 in English Canada in terms of average minute audience:
- The Good Doctor (CTV) Mon 1,779,000
- CSI: Vegas (Global) Wed 1,766,000
- Survivor (Global) Wed 1,725,000
- NCIS (Global) Mon 1,655,000
- FBI (Global) Tues 1,651,000
- 9-1-1 (Global) Mon 1,632,000
- The Rookie (CTV) Sun 1,571,000
- Blue Bloods (CTV) Fri 1,567,000
- CTV Evening News (CTV) MTWTF 1,430,000
- NCIS: Hawai’i (Global) Mon 1,417,000
In Toronto-Hamilton, Survivor was No. 1 followed by The Good Doctor and then in third, Saturday Night Live, which ranked 18th nationally. The 47-year-old sketch series drew 1,233,000 viewers with former player and Ted Lasso star Jason Sudeikis hosting.
Other Top-30 national notables: The Masked Singer ranked 11th with 1,396,000 viewers. Young Sheldon was top comedy in 16th spot with 1,351,000. Citytv’s top entry was Chicago Fire in 17th with 1,237,000. Top CTV rookie was La Brea in 22nd with 1,045,000. Top sports draw was CBC’s take for Saturday’s Hockey Night in Canada prime East game, drawing 1,005,000 for 26th place.
Once again, no Canadian-made scripted shows made Canada’s most-watched list. In Toronto-Hamilton, however, one show did: Murdoch Mysteries, which ranked 21st on CBC in the greater Toronto region with 243,000 local viewers.