'Saturday Night Live' Encore With Martin Short and Paul McCartney Up From Last Encore Episode

Categories: Broadcast TV,Late Night TV Ratings

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February 24th, 2013

 

This week's encore episode of Saturday Night Live with Martin Short and musical guest Paul McCartney averaged a 1.7 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with local people meters, up from a 1.6 for the last encore episode on February 3.

via press notes:

In Late-Night Metered-Market Household Averages for Saturday night:
>
> * An encore telecast of "Saturday Night Live," with host Martin
> Short and musical guest Paul McCartney, averaged a 3.1/8 in
> metered-market households. In the 25 markets with Local People
> Meters, last night's "Saturday Night Live" delivered a 1.7 rating, 8
> share in adults 18-49. "SNL" delivered the top rating of the night
> among ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox in the Local People Meters, topping all
> primetime programming on those networks in 18-49.


 

 

 
  • dan

    this was a way funny episode

  • Ralph Hahn

    It was the rerun of this past Christmas show. Martin Short stopped being funny the moment he left SNL in the 80s. And, Short wasn’t funny back then to begin with. (Excepting, his occasional sketches about Pat Sajak, I must say.) LOL.

    Paul McCartney was great doing his new already-a-classic love song “My Valentine,” with Joe Walsh on guitar in the first musical set. Paul also did one of his worst songs, “Wonderful Christmastime,” before the show ended.

    The McCartney with surviving Nirvana members was a blur. I never really paid attention to Nirvana before, I didn’t know what Paul’s presence was supposed to be.

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