TSN strikes gold with the World Juniors: BBM Canada, Jan. 3 to Jan 9, 2011
The hockey tournament was #1 twice, followed by The Big Bang Theory.
Monday: The IIHF World Junior Championship on TSN scored for a second week in a row, winning both Monday and Wednesday, as well as taking the title of the week’s most-watched show. Average viewership for the week’s two Canada games was 5.133 million viewers.
Tuesday: CTV Evening News at 6 p.m. led Tuesday with 1.791 million viewers, followed by Flashpoint on the same network with 1.595 million.
Wednesday: The gold medal game of the WJC put TSN on top, followed by the post-game show on the same channel, which had 3.558 million viewers.
Thursday: The Big Bang Theory on CTV at 8 p.m. had 3.334 million viewers, making it the third most-watched show of the week. The week’s next three spots were also taken up by Thursday night CTV shows: Grey’s Anatomy (2.523 million), The Mentalist (2.506 million) and $#*! My Dad Says (2.051 million).
Friday: CSI: New York on CTV at 9 p.m. had 1.814 million viewers, beating out CTV Evening News, which had 1.791 million.
Saturday: Hockey Night in Canada‘s second game of the night on CBC at 10 p.m. won Saturday with 1.369 million viewers, narrowly beating out the NFL playoffs on CTV, which had 1.339 million.
Sunday: CSI: Miami on CTV at 8 p.m. had 1.998 million viewers, topping Desperate Housewives and its 1.914 million.