NBC’s ‘Sunday Night Football’ Hits Season-High Ratings

Dec 15, 2008  •  Post A Comment

NBC reached season-to-date highs for “Sunday Night Football” thanks to the Dallas Cowboy’s 20-8 win over the Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Sunday night’s game posted a 15.4 rating/24 share in the overnight metered markets, according to preliminary Nielsen Media Research numbers.
Although the numbers may change due to the nature of recording data for live events by the time final numbers are released Tuesday, Sunday’s game takes the top-rated spot for “SNF” during the season to date. It also claims the second-highest spot in the franchise’s three-year history, behind last year’s New England Patriots’ 31-28 win over the Philadelphia Eagles that posted a 15.6/24 in the overnight metered markets.
“SNF” was the top-rated program Sunday night, beating CBS’ season finale of “Survivor” (7.9/12).


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