NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 9-15

Nielsen List Illustrates Power Of Franchises For Networks

Of the Nielsen company’s 20 most popular scripted series on the air last week, 12 were parts of franchises — the three Chicago dramas on NBC, the three FBI shows on CBS, for example. That’s without counting the CBS comedy Young Sheldon, even though it began life as a spinoff from The Big Bang Theory. CBS won last week in primetime, averaging 4.2 million viewers. NBC had 3.2 million viewers, ABC had 2.8 million, Fox had 2 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 950,000 and Telemundo had 830,000. Behind NBA playoff games, TNT led the cable networks with a 3.36 million viewer average.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 2-8

Can You Believe It? More People Watched Kentucky Derby Later

NBC said some 36 million people watched the exciting finish of horseracing’s premier event on NBC Sports’ social media accounts, including 11.6 million on TikTok, the most ever achieved for a network sports presentation. CBS dominated the ratings in primetime last week, averaging 4.2 million with NCIS the most popular show. ABC had 3.7 million, NBC had 2.8 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television averaged 970,000 and Telemundo had 900,000. Turner Networks was the most-watched cable network for the week, benefiting from the NBA’s playoff games, at an average of 2.85 million viewers.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, APRIL 25-MAY 1

CBS Wins Week, Declares 2021-22 Season Victory

CBS issued a statement on Tuesday saying it would end the 2021-22 season as the most-watched television network in primetime for the 14th straight time, and 19th time out of the past 20, according to Nielsen data. CBS won last week in primetime, averaging 4.4 million viewers. ABC had 3.3 million, NBC had 2.8 million, Fox had 2 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo averaged 910,000. Fox News Channel was the most popular cable network in primetime, averaging 2.29 million viewers. TNT had 2.13 million, ESPN had 1.55 million, MSNBC had 1.14 million and HGTV had 1.03 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, APRIL 18-24

ABC’s ‘Black-ish’ Ends Its Run As ABC Looks To Future

The comedy Black-ish ended its run last week after eight seasons with a relatively modest live audience of 2.52 million viewers. CBS won the week in primetime with an average of 4.5 million viewers, led by 60 Minutes, which was the week’s top-ranked show for the sixth time this season. NBC averaged 3.01 million viewers, ABC had 2.96 million, Fox had 2 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Telemundo had 970,000 and Ion Television had 960,000. TNT led cable networks with a primetime average of 2.62 million viewers.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, APRIL 4-10

Tiger Woods’ Return To The Masters Is A Winner For CBS, ESPN

CBS’S final round coverage of the venerable Masters tourney on Sunday averaged 10.17 million viewers, the highest for any golf telecast since the corresponding day in 2019 — the last time Woods won the coveted green jacket, Nielsen said. ESPN’s coverage of the first two rounds of the Masters averaged 3.3 million viewers, the most for its Master’s coverage since 2018, the network said. CBS led the broadcast networks last week in prime time, averaging 4.2 million viewers. ABC had 3.6 million, NBC had 3 million, Fox had 1.7 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 860,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MARCH 28-APRIL 3

Grammys Barely Move The Needle In Television Ratings

The show reached just under 9.6 million viewers on Sunday, Nielsen said. That’s a 4% increase over 2021’s broadcast, a more intimate affair because of the pandemic, and the smallest-ever audience for the Grammys by a wide margin. CBS won the week in primetime, averaging 5.3 million viewers. ABC had 3.2 million, NBC had 2.4 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 920,000. Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable network in primetime, averaging 2.5 million viewers. TBS had 1.99 million, ESPN had 1.67 million, TNT had 1.47 million and HGTV had 1.1 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MARCH 14-20

Two St. Peter’s NCAA Games Land In Nielsen’s Top 20

The NCAA tournament’s underdog darlings hit the big time with their victories over Kentucky and Murray State last week. The opening round of the men’s NCAA tourney led CBS to a dominant win in the ratings, as the network averaged 5.5 million viewers in primetime. ABC had 3.2 million, NBC had 3.1 million, Fox had 2 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 930,000. Fox News Channel was the most popular cable network, averaging 2.54 million viewers in primetime. TBS had 1.79 million, TNT had 1.63 million, Tru TV had 1.12 million and HGTV had 1.09 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MARCH 7-13

’60 Minutes’ Tops In TV For Third Straight Week

For the week, CBS led the way in primetime with an average of 4.9 million viewers. ABC had 3.5 million viewers, NBC had 2.9 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Television had 1.02 million and Telemundo had 990,000. Fox News Channel was the most popular cable network, averaging 2.79 million viewers in primetime. ESPN had 1.4 million, MSNBC had 1.19 million, CNN had 1.12 million and HGTV had 1.1 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, FEB. 28-MARCH 6

Biden Drew More Viewers In Otherwise Quiet TV Week

An estimated 38.2 million people watched the president deliver his first State of the Union speech last week, spread across several networks that carried it. Fox News Channel, where 7.2 million people watched, had the biggest single audience, Nielsen said. CBS won the week in primetime with an average of 4.6 million viewers. ABC had 3.9 million, NBC had 3.2 million, Fox had 1.9 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 930,000. Fox News led the cable networks in primetime with an average of 3.51 million viewers. CNN had 1.81 million, MSNBC had 1.64 million, ESPN had 1.29 million and HGTV had 1.1 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, FEB. 21-27

Russia’s Ukraine Invasion Sends News Network Ratings Up

CNN, Fox and MSNBC collectively averaged 6.4 million viewers in prime time between the start of the war last Wednesday and Sunday night. That’s up from their January average of 4 million, according to Nielsen. For the full day between Wednesday and Sunday, Fox averaged 2.32 million viewers, up 64% from the quieter news month of January. CNN’s audience soared from 633,000 in January to 1.75 million last week, up 178%. MSNBC had 980,000 for its war coverage, up 51% over January. CBS won the week in primetime, averaging 4.5 million viewers. ABC had 3.5 million, NBC had 3.4 million, Fox had 2 million, Univision had 1.7 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 1 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JAN. 17-23

Bills-Chiefs Is Most-Watched TV Program Since Super Bowl

Last weekend’s four NFL playoff games averaged 38.2 million TV and digital viewers, up 20% over last year and the best ever for the league’s divisional round of playoffs, Nielsen said on Tuesday. Blessed with the weekend’s best game, and in the evening, CBS won the week, averaging 10.4 million viewers in primetime. Fox had 7.9 million, ABC had 4.1 million, NBC had 3.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 940,000. Fox News Channel led the cable networks with an average of 2.38 million viewers in prime time.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JAN. 10-16

Football Games Send Viewers To TV On Cold Weekend

Boosted by their wild card games, CBS averaged 10 million viewers and NBC had 6.8 million in primetime last week. ABC averaged 2.7 million, Fox had 1.7 million, Univision had 1.6 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 900,000. ESPN averaged 3.69 million viewers in primetime, Fox News Channel had 2.24 million, MSNBC had 1.2 million, HGTV had 1.08 million and Hallmark had 978,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JAN 3-9

‘Judge Steve Harvey’ An Initial Hit

His show’s premiere was the most-watched non-football program on ABC last week, its audience of 5.2 million people nearly two million more than a season-opening episode of the much better known The Bachelor, Nielsen said. CBS was the most popular network in primetime last week, averaging 5.5 million viewers. NBC had 5.2 million, ABC had 4.8 million, Fox had 3.3 million, Univision had 1.7 million, Ion Television had 1.04 million and Telemundo had 950,000. ESPN was the top-rated cable network, averaging 3.37 million viewers in prime time. Fox News Channel had 2.25 million viewers, MSNBC had 1.24 million, Hallmark had 1.2 million and HGTV had 1.17 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, DEC. 27-JAN. 2

Ryan Seacrest Still King Of New Year’s Eve Television

Seacrest, inheritor of ABC’s 50-year-old New Year’s Rockin’ Eve from Dick Clark, reached 19.6 million viewers between 11:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. last weekend, Nielsen says. During the 15-minute interval where the ball dropped in New York’s Times Square, his audience jumped to 24.2 million people. It was the show’s biggest audience in four years. Among broadcast networks last week, NBC had the highest primetime average of 4.4 million viewers. CBS had 3.9 million, Fox had 3 million, ABC had 2.8 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 890,000. Its schedule stuffed with college football bowl games, ESPN had the highest primetime average of any network last week, at 8.09 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, DEC. 13-19

Football, Reality Competition Conclusions Dominate Last Week

Fox won the week in primetime among broadcast networks, averaging 5.7 million viewers last week. NBC had 5.1 million, CBS had 3.8 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 910,000. Fox News Channel won among the cable networks, averaging 2.2 million in primetime. ESPN had 1.89 million, Hallmark had 1.48 million, MSNBC had 1.3 million and Paramount had 1.07 million. Above, New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill smiles as he leaves the field after the team defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, Dec. 19, in Tampa, Fla.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, DEC. 6-12

‘Facts of Life,’ ‘Different Strokes’ Remakes Are ABC’s Best

ABC’s special, star-filled live presentations of old episodes of The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes reached some 4.8 million viewers last week, Nielsen said. That wasn’t earth-shattering, and didn’t even crack Nielsen’s list of top 30 programs. But it was the network’s most-watched program. CBS eked out a weekly win, averaging 5.94 million viewers in primetime to NBC’s 5.89 million. Fox averaged 4.5 million, ABC had 2.8 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Telemundo had 1 million and Ion Television had 880,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, NOV. 22-28

Thanksgiving Football, Big 10 Rivalry Game Score In Ratings

For the week in primetime, NBC led with an average of 6.8 million viewers. CBS had 4.8 million, Fox had 3.4 million, ABC had 3.2 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Iom Television had 990,000 and Telemundo had 840,000. ESPN led the cable networks, averaging 2.83 million viewers in primetime. Fox News Channel had 2.11 million, Hallmark had 2.01 million, Paramount had 1.18 million and TBS had 888,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, NOV. 15-21

5 Million Saw Carlson’s Rittenhouse Chat

Tucker Carlson reached 5.05 million viewers for his Kyle Rittenhouse interview on Monday, the Fox News Channel opinion host’s largest audience since the night of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable news channel in primetime last week, averaging 2.89 million viewers. And Fox broadcasting was the top-rated network in primetime last week, averaging 5.4 million viewers. NBC had 4.8 million, CBS had 4.5 million, ABC had 4.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Telemundo had 1 million and Ion Television had 880,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, NOV. 1-7

Fox’s ‘The Five’ Scores Rare Win For Daytime; NFL Takes Top

Behind a Thursday night NFL game and the Atlanta Braves’ World Series-clinching win, the Fox broadcast network won the week in primetime. Fox averaged 6.9 million viewers, with NBC at 5.2 million, CBS at 4.9 million, ABC at 2.8 million, Univision at 1.3 million, Ion Television at 890,000 and Telemundo at 820,000. On cable in October, Fox’s The Five eclipsed every show on cable news in popularity for the first time ever, Nielsen said. That’s highly unusual for a program that airs at 5 p.m. Eastern and in the midafternoon on the West Coast.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, OCT 25-31

Fox Scores Ratings Win As World Series Viewership Rebounds

Overall last week, Fox averaged 11.9 million viewers in primetime, followed by NBC with 5.4 million. CBS had 3.9 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 970,000 and Telemundo had 930,000. Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable channel in primetime with an average 2.21 million viewers. It was followed by ESPN with 2.17 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, OCT. 18-24

‘Ghosts,’ ‘Wonder Years’ Are Long-View Ratings Winners

The winner of last week’s network derby was NBC, home to two football games that landed in the top 10. It averaged 5.79 million viewers in primetime, followed by CBS with 5.11 million. Fox had 4 million, ABC had 3 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Telemundo had 1 million and Ion Television had 970,000. With a lift from the baseball playoffs, TBS topped the cable networks in primetime, averaging 3.1 million viewers.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, OCT. 11-17

CBS Wins For First Time This Season, Led By ’60 Minutes’

CBS had 14 of the 20 most-watched non-sports shows on network television last week, while NBC had the other five and Fox had one. ABC was shut out

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, OCT. 4-10

NBC Tops Broadcast Nets Last Week

NBC was the most popular network in primetime last week, averaging 6.1 million viewers. CBS had 5.9 million, Fox had 5.3 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Telemundo had 1.1 million and Ion Television had 910,000. ESPN led the cable networks with a 2.92 million average in primetime while Fox News Channel, in its 25th anniversary week, reached 2.25 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, SEPT. 27-OCT. 3

Brady’s Return Leads NBC To A Strong Week

NBC won the second week of the television season handily, averaging 7.5 million viewers. CBS averaged 5.3 million, ABC had 3,7 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Telemundo had 1.1 million and Ion Television had 890,000. ESPN led cable networks, averaging 2.78 million in primetime. Fox News Channel had 2.26 million, MSNBC had 1.19 million, HGTV had 972,000 and TLC had 832,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, SEPT. 20-26

NBC Dominates In Premiere Week For TV’s Broadcast Networks

The network’s Sunday night football franchise was by far last week’s most-watched primetime program, as it traditionally is each fall. But NBC said it was the first time it won television’s fall premiere week in 20 years when only entertainment programming — and not sports — is taken into account. ESPN led the cable networks with a primetime average of 2.66 million. Fox News Channel had 2.36 million, MSNBC had 1.3 million, HGTV had 958,000 and TLC had 837,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP: SEPT. 6-12

Quarterback Tom Brady Helps NBC In Ratings

Two primetime football games led NBC to a weekly ratings win, as it averaged 7.8 million viewers. CBS had 3.5 million viewers in prime time, ABC had 3 million, Fox had 2.4 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1.12 million and Telemundo had 1.06 million. Fox News Channel led the cable networks in primetime, averaging 2.23 million viewers. ESPN had 1.89 million, HGTV had 1.07 million, MSNBC had 1.06 million and TLC had 910,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, AUG. 23-29

Afghanistan, Ida Coverage Gripped TV Viewers

NBC, on the strength of its top-rated America’s Got Talent and football broadcasts, was the most-watched network last week. NBC averaged 3.41 million viewers last week. CBS had 2.71 million, ABC had 2.64 million, Fox had 1.41 million, Ion Television had 1.13 million, Univision had 1.38 million and Telemundo had 980,000. Fox News Channel was the leader among cable outlets with an average 3.1 million viewers. MSNBC had 1.38 million, ESPN had 1.25 million, HGTV had 1.15 million and CNN had 985,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, AUG. 16-22

Fox News Earns Top Ratings Spot Last Week

Fox News, which averaged 2.94 million viewers, was followed by broadcaster ABC with 2.39 million last week. Among other networks, CBS had 2.57 million, NBC had 2.53 million, Fox had 1.38 million, Univision had 1.28 million, Ion Television had 1.12 million and Telemundo had 1.04 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, AUG. 9-15

Pandemic Speeded Trends Away From Live TV

Nearly two-thirds of people said in June that they viewed free video on demand content on their televisions once a week, up from 46% in February 2020, according to Hub Entertainment Research. Last week, in an otherwise quiet frame, ABC led with an average of 2.69 million viewers in primetime. NBC had 2.65 million, CBS had 2.4 million, Fox had 2.2 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 1 million. Fox News Channel led the cable networks, with an average of 2.2 million viewers in primetime.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, AUG. 2-8

Olympics Viewers Perked Up In 2nd Week

NBC’s primetime broadcast viewership for the second week of the Tokyo Games was down 46% compared to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics of 2016, Nielsen said. In the first week, NBC was down 52% compared to Rio. For the week, NBC averaged 10.6 million viewers in primetime. CBS had 2.3 million, Fox had 2.1 million, ABC had 1.9 million, Univision had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 960,000. Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable network in primetime, averaging 2.06 million viewers.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JULY 26-AUG. 1

NBC Wonders: Where Are The Olympics Viewers?

The numbers are sobering: Sunday’s NBC audience of 13 million was down 51% from the 26.7 million who watched the corresponding night in Rio five years ago. Saturday night was down 57%, last Wednesday down 53% and Tuesday down 58%, according to Nielsen. NBC averaged 13.4 million viewers in primetime last week. CBS had 2.22 million, ABC had 2.17 million, Univision had 1.9 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million, and Fox and Telemundo tied with 980,000. Fox News Channel led the cable networks with an average of 1.95 million viewers in primetime. USA had 1.68 million, MSNBC had 1.1 million, HGTV had 979,000 and TLC had 882,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JULY 19-25

NBC’s Tokyo Olympics Off To Rough Start

For three straight nights, viewership for the Tokyo Games has been down more than 30% compared to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics in 2016, and the network has been hit by a steady stream of bad news regarding American competitors and it’s discussing makegoods with advertisers. However, the numbers did allow NBC to easily win the week’s primetime ratings competition with an average of 8.1 million viewers. ABC had 3.5 million, CBS had 2.3 million, Univision had 1.6 million, Fox had 1.3 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 950,000. Fox News Channel led cable networks, averaging 2.05 million viewers in primetime.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP: JUNE 28-JULY 4

Can’t Watch Fireworks At Home? Millions Chose NBC

NBC won last week with an average of 2.9 million viewers in primetime. CBS was second with 2.6 million, ABC had 2.3 million, Fox had 1.6 million, Univision had 1.4 million, Ion Television had 1.1 million and Telemundo had 1 million. TNT, riding three games of the NBA Conference Finals, led the cable networks with an average of 2.141 million in prime time. Fox News Channel had 2.139 million, ESPN had 1.58 million, MSNBC had 1.36 million and HGTV had 1.09 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, JUNE 21-27

‘America’s Got Talent’ Tops Last Week’s Nielsens

America’s Got Talent, which is well-established as TV’s favorite live show of the summer, reached seven million viewers last week with auditions for its 16th season on NBC. The network also won the week with an average of 3.5 million viewers in primetime. CBS had 3 million, ABC had 2.7 million, Fox had 1.7 million, Univision had 1.2 million, Ion Television had 1.02 million and Telemundo had 990,000. ESPN won a tight race for cable supremacy, averaging 2.19 million viewers in primetime. TNT had 2.18 million, Fox News Channel had 2.15 million, MSNBC had 1.32 million and HGTV had 1.13 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 31-JUNE 6

Former President Trump Returns As A Diminished TV Draw

The broadcast networks made a swift turn into summer last week, with NBC’s America’s Got Talent topping the ratings upon its return. CBS led for the week, averaging 3.3 million viewers in primetime. ABC had 3.17 million, NBC had 3.16 million, Fox had 1.7 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Television had 970,000 and Telemundo had 880,000. TNT led the cable news networks, averaging 2.36 million viewers in primetime last week. Fox News Channel had 1.94 million, HGTV had 1.25 million, MSNBC had 1.23 million and TBS had 938,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 24-30

CBS Is TV Season Champ For 13th Straight Year

CBS averaged 6.28 million primetime viewers in Nielsen’s measurement of live-plus-seven viewing, which includes everyone who watched a particular program live and within the next week. CBS has won 18 of the last 19 years, the one-time exception being Fox when American Idol dominated TV.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 17-23

Triumph Of The Unhip: ‘NCIS’ Tops TV, Streaming Rankings

The CBS drama has been on the air since 2003. Yet the 8.7 million people who watched last Tuesday’s episode was a bigger audience than anything else in primetime television last week. Plus, it also was No. 1 on Nielsen’s most recent streaming rankings. CBS was the most popular broadcast network last week, averaging 4.6 million viewers in primetime. NBC had 3.7 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Fox had 2.6 million, Univision had 1.3 million and Telemundo had 1 million. Fox News Channel was the most popular cable network with a 2.04 million average in primetime. MSNBC had 1.43 million, TNT had 1.39 million, ESPN had 1.38 million and HGTV had 1.12 million.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP

CBS’s ‘Mom’ Exits With Season Ratings High

The Chuck Lorre-produced comedy starring Allison Janney ended last with her title character in an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. The episode attracted 6.2 million viewers, the biggest audience of its final season.

With another television season winding down, CBS was the most-watched network in primetime last week, averaging 5 million viewers. NBC had 3.7 million, ABC had 2.9 million, Fox had 2.3 million, Univision had 1.29 million, Telemundo had 1.27 million and Ion Television had 930,000. Fox News Channel led the cable networks, averaging 2.29 million viewers in primetime. MSNBC had 1.44 million, HGTV had 1.19 million, CNN had 915,000 and TNT had 905,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, MAY 3-9

Elon Musk Moves Ratings As Host Of ‘SNL’

In primetime last week, CBS was the most-watched network with an average 4.8 million viewers. NBC had 3.2 million, ABC had 3 million, Fox had 2.3 million, Univision had 1.3 million and Telemundo had 960,000. Fox News Channel topped the cable networks, averaging 2.1 million viewers in primetime. MSNBC had 1.5 million, HGTV had 1.2 million and CNN had 907,000.

NETWORK RATINGS ROUNDUP, APRIL 26-MAY 2

Kentucky Derby, NFL Draft Pull In TV Viewers

CBS was the most-watched network in primetime last week, averaging 4.8 million viewers. ABC had 3.2 million, NBC had 2.9 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.2 million, Ion Television had 1 million and Telemundo had 920,000. Fox News Channel led the cable networks, averaging 2.2 million viewers in prime time. ESPN had 2.04 million, MSNBC had 1.59 million, HGTV had 1.3 million and CNN had 1.1 million.