Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: Survivor remains the most-watched show in Canada for an eighth week in 2022. In it’s 42nd edition, the castaway series was No. 1 among all viewers in Canada, in total, Live+7 data, every week in May and three out of four weeks in April. Over a
Survivor keeps living up to its name in Canada. After 22 seasons, it has more No. 1 finishes than other other show this year, The long-running CBS castaway import topped the weekly #Numeris Top-30 in English Canada for the week of May 16-22 with over 1.7 million viewers. There should be an asterix, however. If
As we all know by now, The Toronto Maple Leafs did not survive past the first round of these Stanley Cup playoffs. Maybe that is why Global’s Survivor, and not Sportsnet’s coverage of the Leafs final games against the Tampa Bay Lightning, tops Numeris’ list of the Top 30 TV shows watched in nglish Canada
Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos: Survivor keeps winning Canada’s weekly TV ratings race. The long-running CBS import was the most-watched show in Canada the week of May 2-8, drawing 1,544,000 viewers on Global. Furthermore, the castaway competition series has ranked No. 1, according to Numeris, five of the past six weeks.
For the fifth week this season, Survivor was the most-watched show on broadcast TV in all of English Canada. It narrowly edged out 9-1-1 on Global and The Rookie on CTV for top spot among viewers 2+ in Live+7 totals on Numeris’ April 25-May 1 Top-30. There were few surprises among that week’s Top-10 in
Fire up the Tiki torch and pass the Doritos. Survivor, for a third weekly win in 2022, is the most-watched show in Canada on broadcast television. Not bad for a series that began 42 editions ago. The series seems to be attracting a whole new audience, although one viewer who’s been a fan since the
While the Top-30 most-watched TV shows in English Canada had a familiar look to it April 11-17, there are a few trends to note. For example: Numeris’ weekly estimate of Canadian viewers ages two-plus tends to skew closer to 72-plus. For one thing, there are more Canadians ages 70 and up than there are Canadians