Geez, summer, eh? If you’re not streaming Prime Video’s new Canadian comedy original The Lake you’ve probably been outdoors and in one. If you’re still watching conventional network television, however, you’ve been watching two things: news and sports. CTV, for example, had three newscasts in the Top 10 June 6 to 12 led by top-rated
The the arrival of June and the end of the official TV season, ratings take their annual summer nap. With big imports such as Survivor and The Good Doctor resting until Fall, only three shows in English Canada cracked the million viewer mark the week of May 30-June 5 according to Numeris. Number One was
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
If you’re wondering why you can’t find tonight’s Blue Jays vs. Angels game on Sportsnet, it is because it is only available on AppleTV+. This isn’t your dad’s Major League Baseball. The streaming home of Ted Lasso, Severence and The Morning Show now has a full lineup of MLS baseball doubleheaders every Friday night. They’re
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
While Global’s Survivor topped the Top-30 chart for the second week in a row, it was the Toronto Blue Jays who charged back before viewers to start a promising new baseball season. The teams’ opening ceremonies on April 8 drew 1,313,000 fans on Sportsnet National, landing at No. 6 for the week of April 4-10.
The 2022 Major League Baseball season is finally underway — and there’s a new player in the mix. AppleTV+ becomes the first streaming service to offer a full schedule of MLB games. For a limited time, you won’t even need an AppleTV+ subscription to watch their new Friday Night Baseball coverage. Anyone in Canada, America,