Big Brother 12 still climbing

The reality series captures the top three audiences of the week, while Flashpoint is second most-watched non-Big-Brother show with 1.558 million.

Here are the top-ranked shows in Canada (for all persons 2+; all times ET), according to BBM, for Aug. 9 to 15, 2010:

Monday: Lie to Me on Global at 9 p.m. had 1.461 million viewers, ousting CTV’s Hot in Cleveland which was on top the previous week with an audience of 1.833 million.

Tuesday: CTV Evening News was the most-watched program of the night with 1.420 million viewers tuning in. Hell’s Kitchen was the most popular program the previous week with an audience of 1.426 million.

Wednesday: Big Brother 12 on Global at 8 p.m. was the top-rated show of the week with 1.927 million viewers on the Wednesday night broadcast. The show had 1.906 million viewers on the same night the previous week.

Thursday: Big Brother 12 is tops again on Thursday, with 1.833 million tuning in to check out the drama unfold in at 8 p.m. on Global. CTV’s So You Think You Can Dance was the most popular show the previous week.

Friday: Flashpoint on CTV at 10 p.m. makes a comeback in the ratings with 1.558 million viewers watching. It is the second most-popular program after Big Brother 12, and it replaces CTV News as the Friday night champ.

Saturday: CTV National News is still on top with 1.191 million tuning in on the weekend at 11 p.m. The news program had 1.453 million people watch the previous week.

Sunday: Big Brother 12 won 1.615 million fans for the night, capturing the number-three spot for the week, but capturing slightly fewer fans than the week previous, when it won 1.925 million Canadians.