Comedy Central #1 Among Young Men During Fall Premiere Week As The Most-Watched Channel In All Of Television Among Men 18-24

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September 27th, 2011

via press release:

COMEDY CENTRAL® #1 AMONG YOUNG MEN DURING FALL PREMIERE WEEK AS THE MOST-WATCHED CHANNEL IN ALL OF TELEVISION AMONG MEN 18-24

 

FALL SEASON LAUNCHES WITH THE MOST-WATCHED WEEK IN CHANNEL HISTORY AMONG TOTAL VIEWERS AND ADULTS 18-49

 

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Most-Watched And Highest-Rated Week In COMEDY CENTRAL's History

Among Adults 18-34, Adults 18-24 And Men 18-34

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Channel Led By Record-Setting Performance By "COMEDY CENTRAL Roast Of Charlie Sheen"

"Tosh.0" College Campus Invasion, Series-High Second Season Premiere of "Workaholics"

And World Premiere of "Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos"

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NEW YORK, September 27, 2011 -- COMEDY CENTRAL set Premiere Week on fire, recording the all-comedy channel's most-watched week in its 20-year history among Total Viewers and Adults 18-49. The network also finished as the #1 network in all of television in Prime among Men 18-24 during the inaugural week of the 2011 Fall Season, which was also COMEDY CENTRAL's most-watched and highest-rated Prime in history among Adults 18-34, Adults 18-24 and Men 18-34. (source: Nielsen Media Research, 9/19/11-9/25/11, Live + Same Day)

COMEDY CENTRAL's record-setting week was kicked-off on Monday with "COMEDY CENTRAL Roast Of Charlie Sheen," which now stands as the most-watched telecast in COMEDY CENTRAL history with a delivery of 7.4 million total viewers (most current data). Then "Tosh.0" invaded Arizona State University the following day, drawing over 3 million total viewers to its "College Campus Invasion" to begin the show's Fall Season. Newly paired with "Tosh.0" to form a potent one-two punch, "Workaholics" scored a series-high 2.1 million total viewers for its Second Season Premiere and led all of television for Tuesday Prime among Men 18-24. COMEDY CENTRAL's historic week was capped off on Sunday with the World Premiere of "Jeff Dunham: Controlled Chaos," which drew 5.5 million total viewers to provide an emphatic exclamation point to the week.

 
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