LOVE Island doubled its viewing figures from last year's launch and broke records on ITV2 - with 2.9 million fans tuning in! Here's everything you need to know about the reality show's ratings... How many people watched the Love Island 2018 launch? On June 4, 2018 a whopping 3.4 million viewers tuned in to watch Caroline Flack host the launch of Love Island series four on ITV2. This made it the highest rating programme at 9pm across all channels, winning the slot with 2.9m viewers and peaking with 3.4m viewers. This also broke a record making it ITV2's highest overnight rating EVER since records go back. The previous record holder which was the Love Island series 3 finale (2.6m/12.5% share). Is Love Island 2018 more popular than series three? Yes - if rating figures are anything to go by. The viewer count for the 2018 launch more than doubled that of series three (1.3 million). Last year the show's viewing figures rocketed as it suddenly became the hit show of the summer. What is … [Read more...] about Love Island ratings – how many people watched the show and is the 2018 series more popular than season three?
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In this Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, file photo, Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Hundley throws a pass during the first half against the New Orleans Saints. (AP Photo/Mike Roemer, File) NEW YORK — America has spoken: NFL over “American Idol.” For the seventh consecutive year, NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” has topped the season’s television ratings, as measured by Nielsen. That edges the six straight years for Fox’s “American Idol” (2005-06 through 2010-11). The football games averaged 18.2 million TV viewers in 2017, a 29 percent margin over the runner-up, “Thursday Night Football” on CBS. Fred Gaudelli, who produces the broadcasts, credits the scheduling of headline games each Sunday night — NBC did not flex any contests from daytime to night time last season — as well as the NFL’s hold on sporting America. “One of the things that has allowed ‘Sunday Night Football’ to achieve … [Read more...] about ‘Sunday Night Football’ sets TV ratings record
In the fourth week of its triumphant return to the air, Roseanne finally seemed to hold steady on Tuesday night. The ABC comedy led the night by all key measures with an average 3.4 rating among adults 18-49 and 13.0 million viewers. That's dead even with the previous week's score in the key demo and off a mere 4 percent from the comparable audience stat a week ago. Roseanne's narrative had been one of modest but gradual decline for the second two weeks. Now, halfway through its brief spring run, it may have plateaued — at least for a week. Time-shifting continues to play a big role in the show's story, especially now that we're nearly one month away from the premiere. Most current live-plus-three day averages have Roseanne at a 6.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 23.4 million viewers. (Roseanne's March premiere has now amassed a total audience of 27.3 million and a 8.1 rating in the key demo.) It's still the No. 1 show on broadcast, season-to-date, though there are four … [Read more...] about TV Ratings: ‘Roseanne’ Finally Holds Steady, Comey Drives Colbert to Season High
February 04, 2013 8:57am PT by Michael O'Connell With the Super Bowl on track to once again best all previous performances, CBS cleaned up in the ratings going well into the night. The game, pulling a 48.1 household rating with metered markets, was up one percent from the score of last year's match-up ahead of time zone-adjusted Fast Nationals.STORY: Super Bowl XLVII Scores Best Rating Ever for the GameElementary, airing from 11:15 p.m. to 12:15 p.m., started almost a half-hour after the previous latest start time (10:52 p.m.). The freshman drama is set to post its highest-rated episode to date, with a 12.0 household rating and 24 share.The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, airing at 12:45 a.m., averaged a 3.2 household rating and 11 share.VIDEO: Super Bowl 2013: The Most Talked About Commercials … [Read more...] about TV Ratings: Record-Breaking Super Bowl Gives ‘Elementary’ a Late Start
The College Football Playoff National Championship delivered the second-best showing for a NCAA football title Monday night. ESPN's coverage of the Georgia-Alabama game averaged a 16.7 overnight rating among households, dominating everything else on TV Monday night and growing 9 percent from the comparable game last year. It ranks behind the 2015 Ohio State-Oregon game as the highest-rated in network history. The game naturally fared best in Birmingham, Ala., home of the winners. The Crimson Tide narrowly bested the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23. It was the first-ever College Football Playoff National Championship to go into overtime. Playoff coverage was up 18 percent overall, compared with the previous year — with New Year's Day posting its best returns yet. … [Read more...] about TV Ratings: College Football Championship Jumps for ESPN