Tag

The Equalizer

Browsing

When it comes to ratings and putting today’s television landscape in context, I always call on the Programming Insider himself, Marc Berman. The New York native has been a friend and colleague since he began attending the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual network press tours in 1999. Back then, Marc was reporting for Mediaweek; before that,

The Rob Lowe firefighter drama 9-1-1: Lone Star continued to perform well across Canada this winter, topping all shows in terms of total audience ages 2+. Several other imported procedural dramas followed as schedules got more or less back to normal post-Olympics. Seven of the Top-10 were CTV shows, with Global claiming the other three

As the first full week of the New Year arrived, viewers across Canada welcomed back the mid-season returns of many hour-long imports. 9-1-1: Lone Star topped the English Canada ratings with the Rob Lowe firehouse drama drawing over 1.8 million viewers the week of January 3-9, 2022. Plenty of other usual suspects followed as a

You never read stories about them. They’re rarely trending on social media. Still, two million (mostly older) Canadians a week are still watching hour-long dramas or half-hour sitcom imports on old-fashioned broadcast television stations. The Good Doctor wins most week’s CTV simulcasts a new episode of the series. The fact 9-1-1 and 9-1-1: Lonestar land