The Bieber Roast topped the Nielsen Social ratings last night twice. The actual roast is in the first slot with 1,285,000 tweets and the pre-show drove 47,000. “WWE Monday Night RAW” and “Dancing With the Stars” are in the second and third slots. “The Voice” is in the last slot with 1,190,000 people and 52,000 tweets.
For the fifth straight week, 60 MINUTES landed on the Nielsen Top 10 list in viewers and households, drawing 13.83 million and scoring an 8.7/15, good for #4 by both measures.
Two made-for-TV shows – the iHeartRadio Music Awards and the Kids’ Choice Awards – snagged the top spots on Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings for the week ended Sunday. Apparently, Nick Jonas in chains (singing Chains) proved irresistible...Show More Summary
The regular chart toppers took a back seat this week as NBC’s ‘iHeartRadio Music Awards’ and Nickelodeon’s 28th Annual ‘Kids’ Choice Awards’ battled for the top spot on Nielsen’s Twitter TV Ratings chart. iHeartRadio came out on top with a unique audience of 7,201,000. Still, in terms of tweet volume, the ‘Kids’ Choice Awards’ tripled the output of its award competitor.
The iHeartRadio Music Awards finale topped Nielsen's Twitter ratings for the week of March 22-29.
“American Idol” and MTV’s “Catfish: The TV Show” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings last night. The CW drew what looks to be the same exact audience for “Supernatural” and “Arrow,” with around 730,000 viewers writing around 40,000 tweets each. “Criminal Minds” rounded out the evening.
Last night, “Pretty Little Liars” topped the Nielsen Social ratings with 1,290,000 tweets and 5,836,000 people. “The Voice” and “The Mindy Project” were int he second and third spots. MTV’s “The Challenge: Battle of the Exes 2? and the CW’s “The Flash” rounded out the evening.
Nielsen released total viewership numbers for prime time for the week of March 16-22, with the Fox drama series “Empire” topping the list. Nielsen broke the freshman show’s two-hour finale into two one-hour blocks, placing the show in the top...
James Corden made his debut last night on CBS’ “The Late Late Show” and drove enough tweets to get him into the fifth Nielsen Social ratings. “WWE Monday Night Raw” and “Dancing With the Stars” were in the top two spots. “The Voice” and MTV’s “Teen Mom” rounded out the evening.
CBS's THE TALK out delivered "The View" in both viewers and women 18-49, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for the week ending March 15.
“Pretty Little Liars” and “The Voice” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings last night. The CW’s “iZombie” makes an appearance at number four. “The Flash” and NBC’s new “One Big Happy” rounded out the evening. Were you all out drinking and Guinness instead of watching TV?
60 MINUTES made the Nielsen Top 10 broadcasts for the third week in a row. It was the CBS newsmagazine’s fourth appearance in five weeks
The Bachelor finale topped Nielsen's Twitter ratings for the week of March 9-15.
“The Voice” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings last night, with 2,043,000 pairs of eyeballs on 77,000 tweets. “Pretty Little Liars” and ABC’s “Marvel: Agents of Shield” rounded out the top three.
60 MINUTES made Nielsen’s Top 10 broadcasts for the second straight time.
“The Voice” topped the Nielsen Social ratings last night with 86,000 tweets seen by 1,883,000 people. “Pretty Little Liars” was close behind with 143,000 tweets and 1,851,000 eyeballs “Marvel Agents of Shield,” “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” and ABC’s “Repeat After Me” rounded out the evening.
48 HOURS: “Blaming Melissa” was Saturday’s #1 program with viewers and adults 25-54, the demographic that matters most to those who advertise in news, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Feb. 28.
60 MINUTES drew 13.55 million viewers to land on Nielsen’s top 10 list at #7.
The finale of Parks and Recreation proved as much a winner in Nielsen’s Twitter TV ratings as it was on the broadcast side, topping the week’s series and specials with more than 4.6 million people reached by 346,000 tweets. On the sports...Show More Summary
Nielsen's Twitter TV rankings for February 23- March 1