NFL Super Bowl scores with six million viewers

The pre-game show attracted an audience of 3.88 million.

Here are the top-ranked shows in Canada (for all persons 2+; all times ET), according to BBM Canada, for Feb. 1 to Feb. 7, 2010.

Monday: Global’s House at 8 p.m. stays on top with 2.353 million viewers. (House had 2.473 million viewers the previous week.)

Tuesday: American Idol performance show on CTV at 8 p.m. holds on to the top spot, albeit with a slightly smaller audience, as 2.891 million viewers tuned in to the program. (Idol had 3.160 million viewers the previous week.)

Wednesday: American Idol results show on CTV at 8 p.m. also dropped slightly to 2.770 million viewers, in the week before Ellen makes her debut. (American Idol had 3.107 million fans the previous week.)

Thursday: Grey’s Anatomy on CTV at 9 p.m. was most-watched of the night with 2.314 million viewers. (Bones on Global at 8 p.m. was the winner the previous week with 1.903 million viewers.)

Friday: CTV Evening News at 6 p.m. holds on to the top spot with 1.721 million viewers. (The news program had an almost identical figure of 1.702 million the previous week.)

Saturday: Hockey Night in Canada Game #1 on CBC at 7 p.m. is still on top with 2.080 million viewers tuning in. (Hockey Night in Canada Game #1 had 2.173 million viewers the previous week.)

Sunday: NFL Super Bowl on CTV at 6 p.m. had 6.017 million viewers as the most-watched football broadcast in CTV’s history. The pre-game show at 6 p.m. had 3.88 million viewers in second place, and post-game show held on to 3.627 million, which means that some fans stayed glued to the TV for more than four hours on Sunday night. (The Grammy Awards on Global were on top the previous week with 2.751 million viewers.)