'The Golden Globe Awards' Hits Seven-Year High in Metered-Markets

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January 13th, 2014

71st Annual Golden Globe Awards - Show

via press release:

These are results from the local markets metered by Nielsen, time zone-adjusted fast nationals are expected later today.


In metered-market households:


“The 71st Annual Golden Globe Awards” (14.1/21 in households in the 56 markets metered by Nielsen Media Research) hit a seven-year high, best since Monday, Jan. 15, 2007 (16.0/23).


Versus last year, “The Golden Globe Awards” are up 8% in metered-market households (14.1/21 vs. 13.1/20 on Jan. 13, 2013).  Versus two years ago, “The Golden Globe Awards” are up 21% (14.1/21 vs. 11.7/18).


Note that fast-affiliate ratings at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET are not time zone-adjusted and will be unreliable for the live “Golden Globes”

telecast.  Time zone-adjusted fast nationals are expected later today.

  • Michael1

    It appears as though 30 Rock may have gotten more viewers had Tina Fey simply recycled more of Seth Myers’ jokes. Luckily, he’ll be on 5 nights a week, so she’ll have more material from which to choose.

  • Frank

    @Michael: You meant the Clooney joke or anything else?
    It should be noted that Tina was just one of many writers – one of them was Seth himself. Maybe he just liked that Update joke and gave it to Tina.

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