The Good Doctor makes a good jump to number one: Numeris

The medical drama brought in an average minute audience of 2.31 million viewers.
THE GOOD DOCTOR - SEASON 1

Now that the NHL season is in full swing, medical drama The Good Doctor has once again become the most-watched national program, according to the latest data from Numeris.

For the week of Jan. 18 to Jan. 24, The Good Doctor brought in an average minute audience of 2.31 million viewers, compared to 2.01 million viewers the week prior, when the series ranked second nationally behind the Toronto Maple Leafs’ season opener versus the Montreal Canadiens.

The NFL’s AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills brought in the second-most average minute audience nationally with 2.28 million viewers on Jan. 24. Action series 9-1-1 had the third-most viewers, with an average minute audience of 2.20 million viewers.

In the Quebec market, Radio-Canada’s musical show En direct de l’univers had the most average minute audience for the second consecutive week. Talk show Les enfants de la télé had the second-most average minute audience, with 1.31 million viewers. Satirical news show Infoman had the third-most viewers in province, with an average minute audience of 1.24 million viewers.

Canada (Anglophone) 

  1. The Good Doctor on CTV Monday at 10 p.m.: 2.31 million viewers
  2. NFL Playoffs on CTV Sunday at 6:30 p.m: 2.28 million viewers
  3. 9-1-1 on Global Monday at 8 p.m.: 2.20 million viewers
  4. 9-1-1: Lone Star on CTV Monday at 9 p.m.: 2.10 million viewers
  5. NFL Playoffs on CTV Sunday at 3 p.m.: 2.09 million viewers

Quebec (Francophone) 

  1. En direct de l’univers on SRC Saturday at 7 p.m.: 1.39 million viewers
  2. Les enfants de la télé on SRC Wednesday at 8 p.m.: 1.31 million viewers
  3. Infoman on SRC Thursday at 7:30 p.m.: 1.24 million viewers
  4. Les Pays d’en haut on SRC Monday at 9 p.m.: 1.24 million viewers
  5. Toute la vie on SRC Tuesday at 8 p.m.: 1.21 million viewers

Montreal (Anglophone) 

  1. NFL Playoffs on CTV Montreal Sunday at 3 p.m.: 85,000 viewers
  2. NFL Playoffs on CTV Montreal Sunday at 6:30 p.m.: 80,000 viewers
  3. 9-1-1: Lone Star on CTV Montreal Monday at 9 p.m.: 76,000 viewers
  4. 9-1-1 on Global Quebec Monday at 8 p.m.: 69,000 viewers
  5. CTV Evening News Weekend on CTV Montreal Saturday at 6 p.m.: 66,000 viewers

Toronto/Hamilton 

  1. NFL Playoffs on CTV Ontario Sunday at 6:30 p.m.: 799,000 viewers
  2. NFL Playoffs on CTV Ontario Sunday at 3 p.m.: 673,000 viewers
  3. NHL Leafs Hockey on TSN+ Friday at 7 p.m.: 478,000 viewers
  4. 9-1-1 on Global Ontario Monday at 8 p.m.: 450,000 viewers
  5. 9-1-1: Lone Star on CTV Ontario Monday at 9 p.m.: 448,000 viewers

Calgary 

  1. NFL Playoffs on CTV Calgary Sunday at 4:30 p.m.: 135,000 viewers
  2. The Rookie on CTV Calgary Sunday at 8 p.m.: 107,000 viewers
  3. 9-1-1 on Global Calgary Monday at 9 p.m.: 107,000 viewers
  4. NFL Playoffs on CTV Calgary Sunday at 1 p.m.: 106,000 viewers
  5. Hockey: Flames on Sportsnet West+ Sunday at 2 p.m.: 100,000 viewers

Edmonton 

  1. NHL Hockey: Leafs on Sportsnet West+ Wednesday at 5 p.m.: 143,000 viewers
  2. Blue Bloods on CTV Edmonton Friday at 8 p.m.: 96,000 viewers
  3. 9-1-1 on Global Edmonton Monday at 9 p.m.: 94,000 viewers
  4. CTV Evening News Weekend on CTV Edmonton Saturday at 6 p.m.: 86,000 viewers
  5. The Good Doctor on CTV Edmonton Monday at 8 p.m.: 80,000 viewers

Vancouver/Victoria 

  1. NFL Playoffs on CTV Vancouver Sunday at 3:30 p.m.: 206,000 viewers
  2. NCIS on Global BC Tuesday at 8 p.m. : 200,000 viewers
  3. NFL Playoffs on CTV Vancouver Sunday at 12 p.m.: 194,000 viewers
  4. The Good Doctor on CTV Vancouver Monday at 10 p.m.: 179,000 viewers
  5. FBI: Most Wanted on Global BC Tuesday at 10 p.m.: 162,000 viewers