Big Bang holds the top: Numeris

Meanwhile, Roseanne's post-premiere viewership numbers fell by more than one million.
BIG BANG

The Big Bang Theory held onto the top spot of Canada’s most-watched TV program for the second week in a row, but the CTV comedy did lose some ground in its average audience.

Sheldon and the gang boasted the highest average-minute audience of all single night programs for the week of April 2 to 8, with an AMA of just under 3.1 million – that’s down from 3.24 million last week, and lower than last week’s second-place finisher, The Good Doctor.

The comedy was followed by its sister show, Young Sheldon, which pulled in 2.66 million viewers, growing its audience slightly over the previous week. The top-five was rounded out by three Global shows: Survivor (2.13 million viewers), Bull (1.97 million viewers) and NCIS (1.92 million viewers).

Although it premiered to high views in its first week, Roseanne slipped notably, landing at #8 with 1.62 million viewers (down more than one million from the previous week). Regionally, the only market where the Conners family made an appearance in the top-five was Montreal.

Also absent from the top-five was The Good Doctor, which concluded the previous week. The new medical drama concluded its first season with an average of 2.86 million viewers per episode, landing in the Numeris top-five for every week of broadcast.

In the Francophone market, La voix continued its reign at the top, taking in 1.95 million viewers.

Canada
1. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 8 p.m.: 3.1 million viewers
2. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 8:31 p.m.: 2.66 million viewers
3. Survivor on Global Wednesday at 8 p.m.: 2.13 million viewers
4. Bull on Global Tursday at 9 p.m.: 1.97 million viewers
5. NCIS on Global Tuesday at 8 p.m.: 1.92 million viewers

Montreal (Anglophone)
1. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 8 p.m.: 109,000 viewers
2. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 8:31 p.m.: 84,000 viewers
3. The Crossing on CTV Monday at 10 p.m.: 83,000 viewers
4. Roseanne on CTV Tuesday at 8 p.m.: 77,000 viewers
5. Designated Survivor on CTV Wednesday at 10 p.m.: 63,000 viewers

Quebec (Francophone)
1. La voix on TVA Sunday at 7 p.m.: 1.95 million viewers
2. Unité 9 on SRC Tuesday at 8 p.m.: 1.47 million viewers
3. Les enfants de la télé on SRC Wednesday at 8 p.m.: 1.2 million viewers
4. Hubert et Fanny on SRC Tuesday at 9 p.m.: 1.19 million viewers
5. Les Morisette: Captation du spectacle on SRC Monday at 9 p.m.: 1.18 million viewers

Toronto/Hamilton
1. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 8 p.m.: 710,000 viewers
2. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 8:31 p.m.: 609,000 viewers
3. Hockey Night in Canada on CBC Saturday at 7:17 p.m.: 532,000 viewers
4. NCIS: New Orleans on Global Tuesday at 10 p.m.: 469,000 viewers
5. The Crossing on CTV Monday at 10 p.m.: 453,000 viewers

Edmonton
1. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 9 p.m.: 125,000 viewers
2. Hockey Night in Canada on CBC Saturday at 8 p.m.: 115,000 viewers
3. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 9:31 p.m.: 114,000 viewers
4. MacGyver on Global Friday at 9 p.m.: 79,000 viewers
5. Instinct on Global Sunday at 9 p.m.: 78,000 viewers

Calgary
1. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 9 p.m.: 169,000 viewers
2. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 9:31 p.m.: 123,000 viewers
3T. NCIS on Global Tuesday at 9 p.m.: 92,000 viewers
3T. Bull on Global Tuesday at 10 p.m.: 92,000 viewers
5. NCIS: New Orleans on Global Tuesday at 8 p.m.: 87,000 viewers

Vancouver/Victoria
1. Hockey Night in Canada on CBC Saturday at 7 p.m.: 251,000 viewers
2. The Big Bang Theory on CTV Thursday at 9 p.m.: 242,000 viewers
3. Young Sheldon on CTV Thursday at 8:31 p.m.: 208,000 viewers
4. Bull on Global Tuesday at 9 p.m.: 165,000 viewers
5. Survivor on Global Wednesday at 8 p.m.: 164,000 viewers