Wednesday, December 13, 2017

CBS Ratings - December 2017

“THE LATE SHOW” AVERAGES MORE THAN THREE MILLION VIEWERS FOR THE EIGHTH WEEK THIS SEASON
Up +17% over Same Week Last Year
THE LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT averaged more than three million viewers for the eighth week this season, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for the week ending Dec. 8.

THE LATE SHOW averaged 3.33 million viewers, up +17% from the same week last year (2.84m), topping “The Tonight Show” by +24% (vs. 2.69m). Season-to-date, THE LATE SHOW is up +26% in viewers (3.70m from 2.95m) and +13% in adults 25-54 (0.9 from 0.8).

“THE LATE LATE SHOW WITH JAMES CORDEN” SCORES LARGEST WEEKLY AUDIENCE SINCE MAY 2015
THE LATE LATE SHOW with JAMES CORDEN delivered its largest weekly audience in more than 2 ½ years, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for the week ending Friday, Dec. 8.

THE LATE LATE SHOW averaged 1.49 million viewers, its largest weekly audience since the week ending May 22, 2015 (David Letterman’s final week). Compared to the same week last year, THE LATE LATE SHOW was up +9% in viewers (from 1.37m), even in adults 18-49 and adults 25-54 and doubled its adults 18-34 rating (0.2 from 0.1). Season-to-date, THE LATE LATE SHOW is up +6% in viewers (1.44m from 1.35m).

“60 MINUTES” MAKES THE TOP 10 FOR SIXTH STRAIGHT WEEK

CBS Newsmagazine Was Sunday’s #1 Non-Sports Program
60 MINUTES made Nielsen’s Top 10 list for the sixth week in a row. The CBS newsmagazine finished at #7 with an audience of 10 million viewers, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Sunday, Dec. 10. It was the ninth time in 11 weeks that 60 MINUTES made the list, four times at #5 or better.
The CBS newsmagazine was Sunday’s #1 non-sports prime program.
Sunday’s broadcast featured Lesley Stahl’s story on the Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny, Bill Whitaker’s report on Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown and a profile of veteran actor Donald Sutherland by Anderson Cooper.
Jeff Fager is the executive producer of 60 MINUTES, America’s #1 news program.
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CBS HAS THREE OF THE TOP FIVE AND SIX OF THE TOP 10 BROADCAST SHOWS OF THE 2017-2018 SEASON
The Network Also Has Three of the Top Four New Programs
Approaching mid-season, CBS has three of the top five, six of the top 10 and 10 of the top 20 most-watched broadcast shows led by THE BIG BANG THEORY, television’s #1 program.
CBS has three of the top four most-watched new series and seven of the top 10 scripted programs.
Top 20 Programs in Viewers (Most Current)
1.
THE BIG BANG THEORY
18.83m
2.
“NBC Sunday Night Football”
17.54m
3.
“The Good Doctor”
17.45m
4.
YOUNG SHELDON
17.20m
5.
NCIS
16.95m
6.
“This Is Us”
16.54m
7.
CBS THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
14.23m
8.
BULL
14.16m
9.
“NBC Thursday Night Football”
14.12m
10.
BLUE BLOODS
13.36m
11.
“Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kick”
13.01m
12.
60 MINUTES
12.90m
13.
NCIS: NEW ORLEANS
12.77m
14.
“The Voice”
12.07m
15.
HAWAII FIVE-0
11.65m
16.
“The Voice” – Tues.
11.54m
17.
“Grey’s Anatomy”
11.54m
18.
“The OT”
11.44m
19.
“Will & Grace”
11.37m
20.
SEAL TEAM
11.19m
Top 4 New Programs
1.
“The Good Doctor”
17.45m
2.
YOUNG SHELDON
17.20m
3.
SEAL TEAM
11.19m
4.
S.W.A.T.
9.89m
Source: Nielsen live +7 (9/25/2017-11/26/17); live +3 (11/27/2017-12/03/2017)

“60 MINUTES” MAKES THE TOP 10 FOR FIFTH STRAIGHT WEEK


Fifty Years of 60 Minutes” Draws 11.5 Million
60 MINUTES extended its streak in the Nielsen Top 10 to five straight weeks. The CBS newsmagazine drew 11.5 million viewers to finish at #8, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Sunday, Dec. 3. It was the eighth time in 10 weeks that 60 MINUTES made the list, four times at #5 or better.
Sunday’s broadcast marked 60 MINUTES’ record 50th anniversary season in primetime with “Fifty Years of 60 Minutes,” a celebration of the big moments, the famous people and the faraway places showcased on America’s favorite news program.
Jeff Fager is the executive producer of 60 MINUTES, America’s #1 news program.
Follow 60 MINUTES on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

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