With just a month before its timeslot change, ABC’s “Nightline” remains the No. 1 late night show.
Last Tuesday’s “Nightline,” which featured a Powerball lottery story and an interview with the Pastor behind “Two and a Half Men” star Angus T. Jones‘s moral rebellion, was the show’s most-watched telecast in more than a year – since Nov. 22, 2011.
Season to date, “Nightline” is No. 1 among the late night broadcast programs in Total Viewers, Adults 25-54 and Adults 18-49 — the 3rd straight year that the ABC program is taking the top spot in all 3 measures.
ABC’s ratings are based on a 25-minute broadcast, while CBS and NBC are based on approximately :50 minutes (prior to the final national commercial break of each program).
- Averages for the week of November 26, 2012:
Show Network Total Viewers A25-54 A18-49 Nightline ABC 4.252M 1.441M 1.101M Tonight Show NBC 3.648M 1.368M 1.046M Late Show CBS 2.895M 1.146M 857K
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