The NBC and CBS late-night shows took the week off, but despite that, “The Tonight Show” and “Late Night” still led their respective hours.
ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” which did a week of shows from Brooklyn, moved up to second in 18-49, ahead of CBS’ “Late Show.”
|Show||Net||Adults 18-49 wk of 10/12-16||Viewers (000s) wk of 10/12-16||Adults 18-49 season to date||Viewers (000s) season to date|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon – R||NBC||0.88/4||3.22||1.04/5||3.77|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live||ABC||0.67/3||2.78||0.59/3||2.47|
|Late Show with Stephen Colbert – R||CBS||0.57/3||2.30||0.82/4||3.31|
|Late Night with Seth Meyers – R||NBC||0.43/3||1.49||0.49/3||1.63|
|Late Late Show with James Corden – R||CBS||0.31/2||1.15||0.36/3||1.34|
|Last Call with Carson Daly – R||NBC||0.26/2||0.88||0.29/3||0.94|
Note: “Conan” was delayed by MLB playoff coverage on Oct. 20 and 21 and excluded from the average.
|Show||Net||Time||Adults 18-49 wk of 10/12-16||Viewers (000s) wk of 10/12-16|
|Adult Swim programming||Adult Swim||11:30 p.m.||0.76||1.62|
|Adult Swim programming||Adult Swim||12:30 a.m.||0.68||1.42|
|The Daily Show with Trevor Noah||Comedy Central||11 p.m.||0.25||0.72|
|The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore||Comedy Central||11:30 p.m.||0.16||0.48|
Source: The Nielsen Company