Stanley Cup Finals score – twice BBM/Nielsen Top 30: May 25 – 31, 2009 » Media in Canada

Stanley Cup Finals score – twice
BBM/Nielsen Top 30: May 25 – 31, 2009

While the playoffs are most-watched two days in a row, So You Think You Can Dance wins over the mid-week crowd in second place.

Here are the national champs (for all persons 2+; all times ET) according to BBM/Nielsen for May 25 – 31, 2009:

Monday: Bones on Global at 10 pm attracted the largest audience for the night with 1.178 million viewers. (CSI Miami on CTV was the highest-rated show the previous week with 1.834 million viewers.)

Tuesday: NHL Playoffs Round 3 on CBC at 7:30 pm was the most-watched program with 1.398 million viewers. (The American Idol performance show on CTV was the most-popular the previous Tuesday with 2.344 million viewers.)

Wednesday: So You Think You Can Dance on CTV at 8 pm beat out the playoffs as the highest-rated program for the night and the second-highest of the week with 1.544 million viewers. (American Idol had 2.622 million viewers as the top program the previous week.)

Thursday: So You Think You Can Dance on CTV at 8 pm was again unbeatable in the Thursday night time slot, with 1.374 million viewers. (The dance competition had the largest audience of the night the previous week as well with 1.444 million viewers.)

Friday: CTV Evening News at 6 pm attracted the largest audience with 1.097 million viewers. (The news program was also most-watched the previous week with 1.093 million viewers.)

Saturday: The Stanley Cup Finals on CBC at 8 pm won over the largest audience for the week with 1.803 million viewers. (CTV National News at 11 pm had 990,000 viewers as the top program the previous Saturday.)

Sunday: The Stanley Cup Finals on CBC at 8 pm has the same mass of 1.803 million viewers return on Sunday as the highest-rated program of the week. (Criminal Minds on CTV was most-watched the previous week with 1.220 million viewers.)

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