Canadian Idol hits the roof
BBM/Nielsen Top 30 – June 11-17, 2007

CTV's Tuesday night got better with a chart-topping homegrown juggernaut, while House is officially gone from the Top 10.

Here are the national winners (for all persons 2+, all times ET), according to BBM/Nielsen for June 11-17, 2007.

News and daily shows: CTV Evening News at 6 pm kept the #3 spot with an average minute audience of 1.235 million viewers (down from 1.391 million on the previous week’s national chart). The net’s Jeopardy/Access Hollywood at 7:30 pm slipped one spot to #8 with 960,000 viewers (down from 975,000). Global’s National at 5:30 pm climbed two spots to #13 with 847,000 (down from 861,000), while News Hour at 6 pm shot up seven spots to #15 with 827,000 (up from 757,000). CTV National News at 11 pm climbed six spots to #17 with 741,000 viewers (down from 743,000). CBC’s National News at 10 pm hit the chart at #18 with 698,000 viewers. Global’s The Young & The Restless at 4:30 pm climbed 10 spots to #19 with 696,000 viewers (up from 662,000). CTV’s Dr. Phil at 5 pm hit the chart again at #29 with 547,000 viewers.

Monday: CTV won two time slots, and Global failed to make the chart with Monday primetime drama. CSI: Miami climbed four spots to #4 with 1.106 million viewers (up from 968,000) at 10 pm, while America’s Got Talent took 8 pm and #5 on the chart with 1.033 million.

Tuesday: CTV’s Canadian Idol topped the chart at #1, a climb of one spot, with 1.556 million viewers from 8-9:30 pm (up from 1.462 million). Global’s House at 9 pm fell eight spots to #14 with 845,000 viewers (down from 1.072 million.

Wednesday: CTV’s two-hour broadcast of So You Think You Can Dance? at 8 pm won the night and climbed three spots to #2 on the Top 30 with 1.258 million viewers (up from 1.183 million). The net also won the 10 pm time slot with Traveler, which fell six spots to #24 with 639,000 viewers (down from 823,000). Global’s American Inventor at 9 pm hit the chart at #27 with 616,000 viewers.

Thursday: CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance? at 9 pm won the night but fell three spots to #7 with 967,000 viewers (down from 1.234 million). CSI at 10 pm took #10 with 929,000 viewers (up from 823,000). Global won the 8 pm time slot with Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?, which climbed one spot to #12 with 894,000 viewers (up from 882,000). CTV’s Pirate Master sunk a little more, falling eight spots to #22 with 674,000 viewers (down from 865,000). Global’s Shark at 10 pm hit the chart again at #28 with 571,000 viewers.

Friday: CTV’s Law & Order at 10 pm was the only primetime drama to make the chart. The show hit #11, a climb of one spot, with 914,000 viewers (up from 673,000).

Saturday: CBC’s Saturday night movie led the way at 8 pm with an average of 821,000 viewers, hitting #16 on the chart. CTV’s two-hour America’s Got Talent at 8 pm put up a fight, earning a healthy 627,000 and hitting #26. CTV’s weekend evening news at 6 pm – for both Saturday and Sunday – averaged 676,000 viewers (down from 765,000) and stayed at #21.

Sunday: CTV’s Cold Case at 9 pm jumped 13 spots to #6 with 995,000 viewers (up from 804,000). The net’s 10 pm Law & Order: SVU at 10 pm climbed one spot to #9 with 947,000 viewers (up from 937,000). Global’s Without a Trace at 10 pm hit #20 with 678,000 viewers, and The Simpsons won 8 pm with 644,000 viewers (down from 768,000) but fell three spots to #23. CBC’s Sunday night movie at 8 pm hit #25 with 632,000 (down from 839,000). Global’s Family Guy at 9 pm hit the chart again at #30 with 528,000 viewers.

For lists of the top 30 TV shows nationally and by region for the week, according to BBM/Nielsen, please slightly click the links below: