CBS Says 218 Million Unduplicated Viewers Have Watched the Network This Season

Jan 30, 2019  •  Post A Comment

CBS rolled out some impressive viewer numbers today, including reporting that the network is averaging 81.90 million unduplicated viewers each week in prime time, and that 218 million unduplicated viewers have watched the network this season.

The report on the network’s “cume” audience shows “60 Minutes” with the largest unduplicated viewership of any show this season with an average of 80.14 million — well ahead of the second-place show, NBC’s “The Voice,” shown with 57.58 million.

The report lists CBS’s “The Big Bang Theory” at No. 3 overall, and No. 1 among scripted shows, with 51.7 Million, while “God Friended Me” is tops among new shows at 50.6 Million.

Click here to see the top 10 shows along with the rest of the CBS announcement.

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