Big Brother 11 is a triple threat on the ratings block
Global's Glee pulled in the second-highest ratings of the week, attracting 1.768 million viewers with its debut.
Here are the top-ranked shows in Canada (for all persons 2+; all times ET) according to BBM Canada for Sept. 7 to 13, 2009.
Monday: CTV Evening News at 6 p.m. ousted long-time champ Law and Order: CI by a very small margin this week, attracting 1.398 million viewers (CTV’s Law and Order: CI was on top the previous week with 1.457 million viewers.)
Tuesday: Big Brother 11 on Global at 9 p.m. is still in the house with 1.789 million viewers, pulling identical top-spot ratings for its Thursday night airing as well. (Big Brother 11 had 1.808 million viewers the previous Tuesday.)
Wednesday: Glee on Global had a remarkable debut with 1.768 million viewers tuning in at 9 p.m. (The critically acclaimed high school musical tromped on CTV Evening News which had 1.405 million viewers the previous Wednesday.)
Thursday: Big Brother 11 on Global at 8 p.m. shares the couch with its Tuesday night episode, pulling in an audience of 1.768 million. (This is slightly less than the number of viewers it had as the top program the previous week, which was 1.809 million.)
Friday: CTV Evening News at 6 p.m. takes the top spot again on Friday as 1.398 million people tuned in to the news program. (Last week, the news program had 1.405 million viewers.)
Saturday: CTV National News remains on top of the Saturday night ratings with an audience of 1.016 at 11 p.m. (The program attracted 1.174 million viewers the previous week.)
Sunday: As if twice a week wasn’t enough, Big Brother 11 on Global at 8 p.m. was the most-watched program with 1.198 million viewers. (CTV Evening News Weekend was on top the previous week with 1.174 million viewers.)