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This has been a rough year for awards shows in terms of TV audience. How, then, did the 50th annual Juno Awards do on CBC a week ago Sunday? Not bad considering. The virtual, two-hour special – the first Junos broadcast since the beginning of the pandemic – pulled in a Live+6, 2+ average audience

It was more of the same atop the Top-30 TV broadcast network shows in English Canada the week of May 17-23. Here’s how the Top-10 did in Live+7 totals according to Numeris (2+): The Good Doctor (CTV) Mon 2,025,000 9-1-1 (Global) Mon 1,882,000 9-1-1: Lone Star (CTV) Mon 1,851,000 CTV Evening News (CTV) MTWTF 1,582,000

NCIS, in its 18th season, topped the list of the Top-30 TV shows watched in English Canada for the week of May 3 to May 9 according to Numeris data services. The U.S. import, which stars Mark Harmon, beat a lot of other American procedural hours to take the honour, edging out the Friday night

When was the last time you heard anyone you know say, “Hey, did you catch The Rookie last night?” “Oh, sure — the No. 1 show in Canada,” answered no one ever. Yet it was the week of April 26 – May 2 in English Canada, according to the latest Numeris Top-30. The entire Top-10

Canadian coverage of the 93rd Annual Academy Awards bombed ratings-wise about as badly as it did in the U.S. while still clinging to the most-watched spot for the week. That’s according to Numeris’ Top-30 tally for April 19-25. The Oscars in Canada drew 2,258,000 total 2+, Live+7 viewers April 25, almost twice the audience, proportionally,