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
Medical/Cop first responder drama imports — aka “same old crap” — continue to dominate the English Canadian Top-30 TV shows list according to ratings gatherer Numeris. Here are the March 29 to April 4 Top 10, with a tie in the 10th spot: The Good Doctor (CTV) Mon 2,138,000 Grey’s Anatomy (CTV) Thurs 1,969,000 The
Here’s how far award show coverage has slid in terms of interest in Canada in 2021: The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards did not make the Top-10. The CBS special, seen in Canada on Citytv, finished in 15th spot in the March 8 – 14 weekly Numeris tally, drawing a Live+7 total audience of 1,111,000 viewers
Here’s a royal how-do-you-do: Canadians, proportionally, were more into Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetrime Special than viewers were in the U.S. A total Canadian English audience of 3,206,000 watched the two hour special Sunday March 7 on Global according to Numeris. That made the special by far the No. 1 show of
You wonder how much longer broadcast networks are going to keep carrying The Golden Globes and other award shows. Until recently, award shows have been a guaranteed win atop a weekly ratings chart. The 2021 Globes, however, barely beat out an episode of Young Sheldon for fifth place in the Numeris tally of the Feb.