What were the odds that over two million Canadians were waiting for Gil Grissom to return to the original CSI (now rebranded as CSI: Vegas)? If you bet the over you can collect. Grissom, played by William Peterson, returned to the re-launched forensic drama the week of Oct. 4-10. According to Numeris, an estimated 2,051,000
The Good Doctor is in at No. 1 on Numeris’ weekly Top-30 for the week of Sept. 27 – Oct. 03, 2021. While other usual suspects have come roaring back, the response to new shows this fall, among English Canadian viewers, seems less healthy so far. Here’s the Top-10 for the week in terms of
Total ratings results for the week of September 20 to 26 are in and there are several surprises. The Canadian Federal election was held the Monday of that week and as reported here earlier, CBC’s main broadcast network plus the same coverage as seen on CBC News Channel emerged with the most-watched coverage. From 9
More cops and docs and rescuers and masked singers led the list of most-watched broadcast network TV shows in English Canada the week of May 10 to 16. Among the usual suspects in the Top-10, according to Numeris: 9-1-1 (Global) Mon 2,084,000 The Rookie (CTV) Sun 1,966,000 The Good Doctor (CTV) Mon 1,862,000 9-1-1: Lone
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
The usual imported drama hours featuring cops and docs sit atop the Top-30 network TV shows watched in English Canada the week of April 12 to 18. The Rookie, a procedural import starring Nathan Fillion, was the only show of the week to crack the two million viewer mark. It was followed by the Friday
With The Good Doctor sitting out the week, the firehouse drama Station 19 is the new No. 1 series in Canada. At less than two million viewers, however, it leads with the lowest total in quite a while. As the graphic above indicated, the series also scores well with Parrot Analytics, drawing 11 times the
The World Junior Hockey Championships did not end up the way many Canadians had hoped, but they still found a big TV audience. The final two games of the tournament drew an average minute audience of over three million Canadians on TSN and other Bell channels. The United States defeated Canada in the WJC final.