Golden Globes Draws More Than 19 Million Viewers and Earns 6.4 Adults 18-49 Rating, up 28% in 18-49 vs 2012

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January 14th, 2013

via press release:

Sunday Results: 

*	Sunday from 8-11:02 p.m. ET and live in all time zones, "The
70th Annual Golden Globe Awards" (6.4 rating in adults 18-49, 19.7
million viewers overall) jumped year to year by 28 percent in 18-49
rating (to a 6.4 from a 5.0) and 17 percent or 2.8 million persons in
total viewers (19.677 million vs. 16.851 million), according to time
zone-adjusted fast national ratings from Nielsen Media Research.

*	It's the top-rated "Golden Globes" in six years in both 18-49
and total viewers (since Monday, January 15, 2007, 6.5/15 in 18-49,
20.0 million viewers overall).  It's also the second-highest-rated
"Golden Globes" in nine years, trailing only the 2007 coverage between
now and the Sunday, Jan. 25, 2004 telecast (9.9/23 in 18-49, 26.8
million viewers overall). 

*	"The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards" attracted NBC's highest
adult 18-49 and total-viewer results in the Sunday 8-11 p.m. ET time
period, excluding sports, in nine years (since the 2004 "Globes"
telecast).   

*	Last night's "Golden Globes" coverage is currently the season's
#1 awards program to date in 18-49 and total viewers ahead of such
prior telecasts as ABC's "CMA Awards," "Emmy Awards" and "American
Music Awards" and CBS's "People's Choice Awards."

*	Versus NBC's non-sports average in this time period last season,
the "Golden Globe Awards" telecast is up 220 percent in 18-49 rating
(6.4 vs. 2.0, "live plus same day") and 172 percent in total viewers
(19.677 million vs. 7.232 million). 

*	"The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards" currently ranks #1 in the
time period among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox in adults 18-34, 18-49, 25-54
and total viewers versus such time-period competition as Fox's "The
Simpsons" and "Family Guy," ABC's "Once Upon A Time" and "Revenge" and
CBS's "60 Minutes," "The Good Wife" and "The Mentalist."   

*	For a fourth consecutive year, the "Golden Globes" were
televised live to all time zones, and some western markets also
carried an encore telecast immediately following the live coverage.

*	From 7-8 p.m., the "Golden Globes Red Carpet Special 2013" aired
live in all time zones and the fast affiliate-based ratings issued by
Nielsen at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT are subject to significant revision.
In metered-market households, the "Golden Globes Red Carpet Special
2013" averaged a 4.8 rating, 7 share, up 26 percent versus its 3.8/6
of one year ago.  It's the top result in metered-market households for
the "Red Carpet Special" in four years (since Sunday, Jan. 11, 2009,
4.9/8).
 
  • Kipper Ken

    Tina & Amy were hilarious, along with Kristen & Will, but where were the hosts? I bet they had maybe 20 minutes screen time total. Cut down the number of boring presenters and speeches and let the hosts, host!

  • Oliver

    Huge ratings increase. Great choice of hosts by NBC.

    Hopefully this translates into a ratings boost for Parks.

  • silvit

    They should have given Amy and Tina more screentime. They got better as the show went on.

  • Luke

    There definitely should have been more screen time for the hosts, especially Amy. 30 Rock is ending, but Parks and Rec could have used some ad spots, too.

  • Andies

    Tina and Amy were great but I wish they did more jokes… I was rolling when the girl that won an award for the show girls said she admire Tna and Amy when she was in middle school.. Tina face was hilarious…

  • USAmerica1st

    Great, fun show! Tina and Amy were hilarious, but the GGs sacrifice host time to give the stars more time to speak. At the Oscars, the orchestra music would have cut Jody Foster off half way thru her speech. Plus they had a better list of nominees than the Oscars and covered more categories.

  • Douglas from Brazil

    Maybe this appereance of them could boost the numbers of Parks and 30 Rock as well.

  • Networkman

    I feel the Golden Globes try and reward those shows they consider groundbreaking or edgy. But is Girls really the best comedy on TV now?

    Also there was way too much attention on Ben Afflack. People singing his praise because he did not get a nomination for Oscar. Ben will be just fine with his millions of dollars. Also his film is still nominated for Best Picture. I feel at times this show gets really self indulgent. I feelthe reason both Kathryn and Ben did not get nominated for Oscars is because there is alot of controversies surrounding their films. Could there be too many inaccuracies throughout the films? What I do know is that Ben is well known and if he continues his craft, he will most likely garner a nomination in the near future. Whearas there are some directors that will never be accepted and receive recognition for their work.

  • Melissa

    It’s the top-rated “Golden Globes” in six years in both 18-49 and total viewers (since Monday, January 15, 2007, 6.5/15 in 18-49, 20.0 million viewers overall)

    That’s the ceremony where Grey’s Anatomy won the award for Best Drama Series!

  • Justin121

    That’s what bugs me about the Globes:

    So did Grey’s Anatomy win for it second or third season?

    You never know…

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