For the second week in a row, the french language, Quebec version of The Masked Singer, Chanteurs masqués, was the most-watchd TV show in all of Canada. With 1,978,000 viewers ages two-and-up watching the season finale on TVA in Quebec alone, it outdrew everything in English Canada November 22-28 in total, Live+7 viewing, according to
The week before American Thanksgiving saw several US imports dominate Numeris’ weekly Top-30 list in English Canada, including the first responder drama 9-1-1. In francaphone Quebec, however, one show drew more viewers than any other show the same week all across Canada. That was Chanteurs masqués, the french language, made-in-Montreal version of The Masked Singer.
The week of October 11-17 looks pretty much exactly like the week right before in English Canada according to Numeris’ latest tally of TV viewing habits. At the top for the second week in a row was Global’s simulcast of the import drama 9-1-1. The Ryan Murphy-produced Fox series, now in its fifth season, looks
The first responder drama 9-1-1 topped the October 11-17 list of the most-watched TV shows in English Canada. The imported series was part of an all-Global Top 4 as the race between CTV — dominant for two decades — and Global becomes much closer this fall. In all, Global and CTV tied with 13 shows
The week of May 31-June 6 finds most of the big American import hours played out for the season. Topping the ratings is sports, mainly Stanley Cup playoff hockey, and news. At the very top is a game involving the Toronto Maple Leafs, who flamed out in a blaze of blue and white on Monday,
A quick look at the top TV shows in English Canada the week of May 24 to May 30 according to Numeris. Here’s how the Top-10 looked in Live+7, viewers 2+ average minute audience totals: The Good Doctor (CTV) Mon 1,911,000 9-1-1 (Global) Mon 1,902,000 The Masked Singer (CTV) Wed 1,631,000 9-1-1: Lone Star (CTV)
Before they added Sports to their corporate name, Rogers Media announced their $5.2 billion, 12-year NHL rights deal back in 2013. They took over as exclusive National Hockey League rights holders in 2014. At that point, the Toronto Maple Leafs — key to the deal as the biggest draw on television in Canada among NHL
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