According to Nielsen NTI, “Most Current” ratings between the dates of 23rd September 2019 and 13th September 2020, CBS was named “America’s Most-Watched Network” across primetime, daytime, and late night with triple threat ratings for the second consecutive time
According to Nielsen NTI, “Most Current” ratings between the dates of 23rd September 2019 and 13th September 2020, CBS was named “America’s Most-Watched Network” across primetime, daytime, and late night with triple threat ratings for the second consecutive time during the 2019-2020 broadcast year, from Last September till now.
According to Nielsen NPower, CBS has also surpassed 228 million viewers this season across all dayparts, nearly 75% of all people over the age of 2 in the television rating range. Each year, CBS Primetime has averaged 6.32 million viewers, surpassing that of NBC, its closest competitor, by more than 700,000 viewers, marking 11 out of the last 12 years that the network has been the most-watched for a full television year.
“The Late Show” starring Stephen Colbert won against “The Tonight Show” by more than 1.52 million viewers. While “The Late Show” garnered 3.46 million viewers, “The Tonight Show” had 1.94 million, just over 78% of its opponent. The occurrence serves as CBS’ fourth consecutive late-night win, the program’s longest winning streak, and the largest margin of victory for CBS over “The Tonight Show” since 1993-1994. "The Late Show" also finished +48,000 viewers ahead in adults 18-49 (532k versus 484k), after winning by +20,000 last year.
For daytime, CBS beat its closest competition, ABC, by 1.25 million viewers, with 3.46 million versus 2.21 million. The combination of “The Late Show” and “The Late Show” with James Corden wins the late-night by more than 620,000 viewers, with CBS’ 2.30 million viewers versus NBC’s 1.62 million and ABC’s 1.68 million.