Broadcast primetime live + same-day ratings for Sunday, June 9, 2019
Note: NBC’s live NHL broadcast broadcast may result in greater adjustments in the finals than usual for the network.
The numbers for Sunday:
|Time||Show||Adults 18-49 rating/share||Viewers (millions)|
|7 p.m.||Deal or No Deal (NBC) – S||0.7/4||3.43|
|60 Minutes (CBS)||0.6/4||7.38|
|America’s Funniest Home Videos (ABC) – R||0.6/4||3.95|
|Last Man Standing (FOX) – R||0.2/2||1.02|
|7:30 p.m.||Bob’s Burgers (FOX) – R||0.3/2||0.79|
|8 p.m.||2019 Stanley Cup Final Game 6 (NBC) (8-11 p.m.)||1.9/9||6.12|
|Celebrity Family Feud (ABC) – P||1.0/5||6.04|
|The 73rd Annual Tony Awards (CBS) (8-11 p.m.) – S||0.8/4||5.47|
|The Simpsons (FOX) – R||0.4/3||1.10|
|Burden of Truth (The CW)||0.1/0||0.49|
|8:30 p.m.||Bob’s Burgers (FOX) – R||0.4/2||1.02|
|9 p.m.||The $100,000 Pyramid (ABC) – P||0.9/5||5.48|
|Family Guy (FOX) – R||0.5/3||1.23|
|Supernatural (The CW) – R||0.1/1||0.45|
|10 p.m.||To Tell the Truth (ABC) – P||0.8/4||4.49|
|Last Man Standing (FOX) – R||0.4/2||1.20|
NBC took the Sunday night primetime win, thanks to another live Stanley Cup game.
The network’s broadcast of Game 6 of this year’s Stanley Cup Final led the night with a 1.9 average rating in adults 18-49 and 6.12 million viewers. That 1.9 gives Game 6 the highest preliminary rating of any of NBC’s Stanley Cup Final broadcasts so far this year.
A special “Deal or No Deal” also gave NBC the win in the 7 p.m. hour with a 0.7 and 3.43 million viewers.
Elsewhere, ABC’s Summer Fun & Games lineup returned in full force, starting with the season premiere of “Celebrity Family Feud” at 8 p.m., which posted a 1.0 with 6.04 million viewers. That is down considerably from the 1.8 and 7.57 million viewers that its premiere raked in a year ago, when it didn’t have to compete with a Stanley Cup Final game and benefitted from its Kardashian guest stars.
Following “Family Feud,” the season premiere of “The $100,000 Pyramid” scored a 0.9, also down from its 2018 premiere’s 1.2. “To Tell the Truth,” however, held steady with the same 0.8 that it premiered with last year.
CBS’ “60 Minutes” grabbed a 0.6 at 7 p.m., leading into the network’s broadcast of “The 73rd Annual Tony Awards,” which scored a 0.8 average rating with 5.47 million viewers. That leaves the “Tony Awards” down two-tenths from the 1.0 they scored in 2018, and marks a new all-time low for the awards show in both viewers and the adults 18-49 demo.
On the CW, “Burden of Truth” scored a 0.1, matching its season premiere from last Sunday. FOX rounded out the night with a lineup of comedy reruns.
|Adults 18-49 rating/share||1.6/8||0.8/4||0.7/3||0.4/2||0.1/0|
|Total Viewers (millions)||5.45||4.99||5.94||1.06||0.47|
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