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Wednesday, Bell Media announced that the 6th game of the NBA finals between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors will be carried on the main CTV network as well as on TSN. This follows Rogers’ decision to broadcast Monday’s Game 5, one-point win by the Warriors on not just their Sportsnet stations but

For the first time ever, the weekly list of English Canada’s most-watched TV shows is topped by a basketball game. The sixth and deciding 3rd round playoff game between the Toronto Raptors and the Milwaukee Bucks drew 2,572,000 total 2+ Sportsnet National viewers according to Numeris’ average minute audience data. The May 25th game also

Not sure what was darker this past weekend: that Game of Thrones episode or where the Stanley Cup playoff ratings are heading. Sunday, CBC’s second round, afternoon game between the Carolina Panthers and the New York Islanders drew 312,000 overnight, estimated A2+ viewers nationally. Add the 392,000 viewers who watched the same game on Sportsnet

Thursday marked the start of the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs and, as suggested here previously, the elimination of all three Canadian teams in the first round has caught Rogers with its head down. Last Monday’s seventh and deciding game between the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Boston Bruins drew an overnight, estimated

Another week where The Big Bang Theory and Young Sheldon in reruns opened up room at the top of the most-watched TV programs in English Canada. Here are highlights from the latest Top 30 Totals (Live+7) for the week of April 8-14 (A2+ AMA): At the top of the list as tabulated by Numeris was

Here we are, April 24th, and there are no Canadian teams left in Canada’s biggest TV series: The Stanley Cup playoffs. Rogers saw its biggest draw, the Toronto Maple Leafs, go down in another Game 7, first round loss to the Boston Bruins. Overnight, from now through June, the linear, broadcast audience goes from approaching

The Toronto Maple Leafs bandwagon welcomes an overnight, estimated 2,681,000 fans Monday night on CBC as the Buds beat the Bruins 3-2 in Toronto. The Leafs have been by far the biggest draw in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, with an estimated 2,104,000 taking in their Game 2 loss Saturday on CBC’s