College football leads ESPN to week of television supremacy

A feast of football has led ESPN to a week of supremacy within the tv ratings

By

DAVID BAUDER AP Media Creator

December 31, 2019, 8: 00 PM

3 min read

NEW YORK —
With a feast of football, ESPN outpaced all the broadcasters to be basically the most-watched network on television in the end of holiday week.

The showcase used to be ESPN’s college football championship semi-finals, which collectively averaged 19.3 million viewers and outpaced closing year’s games by 6%, the Nielsen company talked about. Credit goes essentially to the Clemson-Ohio Order pairing, which matched two undefeated teams in a pulsating sport not made up our minds till the final minute.

Those games, plus a Monday evening NFL contest between Minnesota and Green Bay, helped ESPN beat NBC to be basically the most in fashion network.

In spite of every little thing these years, NBC’s displaying of the movie “Or not it is a Unbelievable Existence” on Christmas Eve is peaceful a design. Nielsen talked about 3.6 million americans watched as Santa’s day out neared.

Amongst the published networks, NBC averaged 5.6 million viewers in high time. CBS had 3.8 million, ABC had 3 million, Fox had 2.6 million, Univision had 1.31 million, ION Tv reached 1.27 million, Telemundo had 760,000 and the CW had 590,000.

ESPN’s practical of 6.31 million in high time outpaced everyone. Fox Records Channel used to be 2nd amongst cable networks, with an practical of 1.72 million, Hallmark’s slate of holiday exhibits reached 1.54 million, TBS had 1.03 million and TLC had 982,000.

ABC’s “World Records Tonight” averaged 8.1 million to high the network evening newcasts. NBC’s “Nightly Records” had 7.3 million and the “CBS Evening Records” had 5 million.

For the week of Dec. 23-29, the tip 20 applications, networks and viewerships were:

1. NFL Football: San Francisco at Seattle, NBC, 22.85 million.

2. College Football Championship Semifinal: Clemson vs. Ohio Order, ESPN, 20.39 million.

3. “College Football Studio Voice,” ESPN, 17.3 million.

4. College Football Championship Semifinal: Oklahoma vs. LSU, ESPN, 16.68 million.

5. “NFL Pregame Voice,” NBC, 15.84 million.

6. NFL Football: Green Bay at Minnesota, ESPN, 13.97 million.

7. “Football Evening in The US, Portion 3,” NBC, 10.47 million.

8. “The OT,” Fox, 9.91 million.

9. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 8.12 million.

10. NBA Basketball: L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers, ABC, 7 million.

11. “Monday Evening Kickoff,” ESPN, 6.79 million.

12. “The Mark is Fair,” CBS, 5.89 million.

13. “Younger Sheldon,” CBS, 5.3 million.

14. “Hawaii 5-0,” CBS, 4.78 million.

15. “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 4.76 million.

16. “NCIS,” CBS, 4.69 million.

17. “Magnum P.I.,” CBS, 4.47 million.

18. “Football Evening in The US, Portion 2,” NBC, 4.06 million.

19. “The US’s Funniest Dwelling Videos,” ABC, 4 million.

20. “FBI,” CBS, 3.99 million.

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