Survivor Samoa debut attracts 3.2 million
Global's other reality TV series, Big Brother 11, is in second place.
Here are the top-ranked shows in Canada (for all persons 2+; all times ET), according to BBM Canada, for Sept. 14 to 20, 2009.
Monday: America’s Got Talent at on CTV at 8 p.m. was most watched with 2.027 million viewers (CTV Evening News had 1.398 million viewers as last week’s champ).
Tuesday: Big Brother 11 on Global at 9 p.m. is still on top for Tuesday, and took second place for the week with 2.132 million viewers, faring better than last week, when it attracted 1.789 million viewers.
Wednesday: Bones on Global at 8 p.m. was the most popular program of the night with an audience of 1.760 million, ousting last week’s Glee, which celebrated its debut with a top rating of 1.768 million.
Thursday: After 19 seasons Survivor proves that lots of people still want to watch stranded, sexy Americans as 3.208 million viewers tuned into the Samoa debut on Global at 8 p.m., earning it the top spot of the week. Big Brother 11, which had 1.768 million the previous week, was bumped to second place.
Friday: CTV Evening News at 6 p.m. takes the top spot again on Friday as 1.565 million people tuned in to the news program. Last week, it had 1.398 million viewers.
Saturday: CTV National News remains on top of the Saturday night ratings with an audience of 1.125 at 11 p.m., topping its 1.016 million viewers the previous week.
Sunday: The Emmy Awards was most-watched for the night and in third place for the week, with 2.047 million viewers tuning in to CTV at 8 p.m. Big Brother 11 on Global at 8 p.m. was the higest-rated program the previous week with 1.198 million viewers.