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Featuring its 8-9pm comedies (ranked #1 on Friday in Adults 18-49 for the 3rd week in a row, beating CBS by 7%, NBC by 33% and Fox by 45%. ABC’s stood as Friday’s #1 TV show for the 3rd week running among young adults./ ), and , ABC
- · The Network grew over the same night last November by 1.3 million viewers and by 23% in Adults 18-49.
At 8pm, ABC’s virtual tie for first in its half-hour with CBS’ in Adults 18-49 (pacing within 1-tenth of a point and tying in audience share), while ranking #1 against its broadcast competition with Teens 12-17.ran in a
- · generated big year-over-year time-period improvement for ABC in viewers (+51%) and young adults (+40%),.
At 8:30pm, ABC’salso finished a strong second in its slot with Total Viewers and Adults 18-49 against its net rivals, beating out the second half-hour of Fox’s . The new ABC comedy ran #1 opposite its broadcast competitors in Teens 12-17.
- · Like its lead-in, substantial time period gains over the year-ago night, boosting its half-hour by 2.0 million viewers and by 18% in Adults 18-49. scored
Shooting up from its lead-in by 46% in Adults 18-49 to qualify as the night’s top-rated show, ABC’s took full control of the 9 o’clock hour, winning by double digits over NBC’s by 19%, CBS’ : NY by 36% and Fox’s by 111%.
- · boosted its hour by wide margins from the same night last year in viewers (+16%) and young adults (+27%).
ABC’s #1 during the 10 o’clock hour in Adults 18-49 for the 2nd week in a row. In addition, the ABC newsmagazine beat out NBC’s in head-to-head competition by 1.4 million viewers, by 17% in Adults 18-49 and by 18% in Adults 25-54. Anchored by Chris Cuomo with reports from Jim Avila, Amy Robach and Elizabeth Leamy, featured an investigation into the food we eat and the restaurants we frequent.ranked
- · most-watched telecast in 9 weeks, hitting a best-since-premiere number – since 9/14/12. produced its
- · Building year-to-year for its 4th straight telecast, ABC’s was up over the year-ago night by 11% in Adults 25-54.