Emmy Awards Post Highest Local Rating in Seven Years

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September 23rd, 2013

Host Neil Patrick Harris (C) performs a dance number with Nathan Fillion and Sarah Silverman at the 65th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles

via press release:

EMMY AWARDS POST HIGHEST LOCAL rating IN SEVEN YEARS

In the preliminary metered markets, from 8-11:15PM:  CBS’s 65th ANNUAL PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS-S (Live Across Local Avg 12.1/19) Up Double Digit Percentages Vs. Year-Ago Awards On ABC (Live Across Local Avg 9.6/15, 9/23/2012), Its Highest Local Rating In Seven Years (Since 13.1/20 On 8/27/2006, NBC)..

Note:  Due to live sports programming on CBS (late running football) and live across the US  Emmy Awards,  Fast NTI ratings for Sunday night will be delayed until time adjusted Emmy ratings are available later today.

The fast national ratings issued at 11 AM by Nielsen are not time adjusted.

 
  • tom

    I watched Breaking Bad instead. The Emmys this year were a joke of an awards show which made Teen Choice Awards look more respectable.

    I only liked it when Breaking Bad won their awards. All other winners were a joke, especially Jim Parson. L

  • SG

    It was a good telecast and the memoriam segments were well done.

  • TV Viewer

    I really liked the show, but, the special tributes to a few select people, generated too many complaints about who was included and who was excluded.

    Next year just show photographs and films of the departed and treat them all as equally as possible.

    I really liked the fact that there were more fresh faces and programs winning this year than last. It’s wasn’t just the same people winning over and over again. There were a few repeat winners, but, there were a lot of people and shows winning their first Emmy award ever.

    One the best Emmy award shows in several years.

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