'Gold Rush' #1 Among Men on all Television, Not Just Cable

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February 27th, 2012

Via press release:

 

For the 13th week in a row, Gold Rush was tops on Friday night in ALL OF TELEVISION among men
Season finale "Judgment Day" was watched by more than five million people Friday night, February 24th

 

The season two finale of Gold Rush on Friday, February 24th was the #1 primetime program in ALL OF TELEVISION(no exclusions) among P18-49, M18-49 and M25-54 — beating out all broadcast and cable programs; it surpassed special program airings regarding NBA All-Star Weekend, as well as ABC’s Shark Tank, CBS’ Blue Bloods and Undercover Boss, FOX’ Fringe and Kitchen Nightmares, and NBC’s Grimm and Dateline).   

 

Gold Rush has been the #1 program in all of television (no exclusions) for Men 18-49 delivery for 13 weeks in a row among M18-49 delivery; for M25-54 delivery it has been #1 for 10 weeks in a row.

 

This week’s season two finale, "Judgment Day," earned a 3.53 HH / 2.64 P25-54 AA%, delivering an average of 5.06 million viewers (P2+) (+18% vs. the Season 2 final in the P25-54 demo)

 

Since its season two premiere, Gold Rush has been the top cable program in several key demos; this week it finished as the #1 cable program (no exclusions) among HH, P2+, P18+, Persons/Men/Women 25-54 and Persons/Men/Women 18-49 delivery.

 

Driven by ratings for GOLD RUSH and BERING SEA GOLD at 10PM (2.26 HH / 1.77 P25-54 AA%, delivering an average of 3.16 million viewers (P2+)), Discovery Channel was the #1 network in all of television on Friday night (out-delivering ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, TNT and ESPN) among Men 18-49; it was #2 among M25-54, behind CBS.

 

Discovery Channel was also the #1 cable network among P/M/W25-54 and P/M/W18-49 ratings and delivery.

 

 
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