The season six finale of Game of Thrones netted 8.9 million viewers, according to Nielsen, when it aired Sunday night, marking a new high-water mark for HBO's biggest show.
SPOILER ALERT: King's Landing wasn't the only thing that blew up on Sunday night! According to numbers released today, ratings for the Game of Thrones Season 6 finale are the highest in the show's history by a good margin. An estimated...Show More Summary
One week removed from special coverage of the Orlando massacre, it was Meet the Press which won the Sunday show race, both in total viewers and the A25-54 demo.
Big growth for the Sunday shows, with Fox News Sunday up more than 50 percent vs. last year.
James Corden has deployed the biggest gun in his arsenal—Carpool Karaoke—in an effort to boost ratings for Sunday's Tony Awards. The Late Late Show host, who is hosting Sunday's 70th Annual Tony Awards on CBS, unveiled a Broadway-themed...Show More Summary
It’s looking like a bumpy road ahead for the much-vaunted revamp of the BBC’s car show Top Gear after figures revealed an average of 2.8 million viewers tuned in to the second ep on Sunday evening. That’s 1.6 million fewer than the series opener last week. Show More Summary
Germany’s anti-immigration Alternative for Germany party (AfD) lost support after its vice chair’s remark about a black football player, a fresh approval rating showed Sunday.
The May 29 edition of Fox News Sunday was up 14 percent in total viewers and up 23 percent in the news demo from the comparable Sunday in 2015.
Airing on a low-trafficked Memorial Day weekend Sunday, the Season 2 finale of NBC’s recently renewed The Carmichael Show drew a 0.4 rating among adults 18-49 in the fast nationals. That was down a tenth from last week for a series low. From...Show More Summary
In a great catch by Washington Examiner’s Eddie Scarry, MSNBC aired Thursday afternoon an hysterical promo for far-left activist Al Sharpton’s PoliticsNation show that’s been relegated to Sunday mornings after low ratings at the previous weekday slot at 6:00 p.m. Show More Summary
No Sunday morning public affairs program experienced a more significant year-over-year improvement in total viewers and the news demo during May sweeps than Meet the Press.
Face the Nation finished No. 1 in total viewers, Meet the Press dominated in the demo, and This Week experienced the strongest year-over-year improvement in total viewers.
Although the majority of people no longer go to church on Sundays, it is still mostly a day of leisure. ABS statistics show that Sunday remains an overwhelmingly non-work day. Even though Sunday working participation rates have more than doubled, still only 20% of currently employed working age people work on a Sunday compared with [...]
Facing the first coast-to-coast live Billboard Music Awards, NBA and NHL playoffs and a little show you might have heard of called Game Of Thrones, AMC had a busy Sunday night with the first midseason finale of Fear The Walking DeadShow More Summary
It's official: no one watches award shows anymore! While the Billboard Music Awards were certainly the talk of the town on Sunday night, it doesn't look like the rest of the country was that interested in the industry — or at least not watching on TV. That's because despite crowd-pleasing performances from Britney Spears, Celine Dion, Madonna, [...]
Face the Nation was the No. 1 for May 15, up double-digits year-over-year in total viewers and A25-54. Meet the Press was preempted for Premier League action.
Meet the Press finished No. 1 in both total viewers and the key news demo, but This Week improved 27 percent in total viewers from the comparable episode in 2015.
Each of the Sunday public affairs programs had a strong week, out-performing their April 24, 2016 and May 3, 2015 total viewer averages.
Face the Nation returned to No. 1 in total viewers, Meet the Press won the key news demo, and Al Punto had a very strong week in its own right.
The Lakers did Sunday what many troubled organizations do in crisis, and fired their coach. Tickets and merchandise have to be sold. Sponsorships have to be renewed. Television ratings have to be improved. The appearance of change was necessary, so they let Byron Scott go. Fair or not, this is...