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World Cup final is a smash hit on American TV

The United States’ 5-2 victory over Japan in the World Cup championship game averaged “a stunning 25.4 million viewers, making it the most-viewed soccer game ever in the United States–men’s or women’s–by a giant margin,” … 11 more words


'Scream' Premiere Grows To 1.563M In Live + 3 Day Viewing

MTV boasted this afternoon that its Scream premiere cumed a total of 6 million viewers who sampled at least one minute in L+3 ratings.

The average L+3 audience for the series’ premiere telecast was 1.563 million. 48 more words

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'Mr. Robot' Ratings Jump In Week 2 Live + 3

USA Network’s hacker drama had a very good second week – at least in digital afterlife. In Live + 3 ratings, freshman Mr. Robot pulled in 3.2 million total viewers and got a 1.11 rating among adults 18-49 for its second episode, according to Nielsen. 154 more words


Ratings: USA Rookie Drama 'Mr. Robot' Surges in Week Two

The audience for USA drama “Mr. Robot” grew nicely in its second week, making the show among the year’s top-rated cable series launches.

In Nielsen’s Live+3 estimates, which include same-night viewing and DVR playback within three days, the July 1 episode of “Mr. 175 more words


U.S. Women Shatter Ratings Record in World Cup Win

“It is the highest metered market rating ever for a soccer game in the U.S. on a single network,” says the Fox network.

The game started with 17 million viewers at 6pm CST last night. 40 more words


British Grand Prix peaks with 5.9 million

Lewis Hamilton’s victory in the rain-affected British Grand Prix peaked with 5.9 million viewers yesterday, overnight viewing figures show.

The first disclaimer before outlining the figures is that there are no comparisons to 2012 and 2014, because both of those years clashed with Wimbledon and rated significantly lower than yesterday. 274 more words

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USA's Beatdown Of Japan Was The Highest-Rated Soccer Game In U.S. Television History

Sunday night’s 5-2 victory for the United States over Japan in the Women’s World Cup Final was historic for a number of reasons. For starters, the U.S. 151 more words


Samuel reblogged this on But at the end of the day... and commented:

This doesn't surprise me. There are a lot of factors going into this, including the fact that it was the women and that Americans are still trying to get into soccer. But hey, the chance for America to win a world championship will always draw ratings. But to what extent? Fortunately it was a very American weekend with Independence Day, I bet people were on an American high.