The numbers are in, and the season four premiere of Sons of Anarchy wins big!
Here's the breakdown for ya:
Basic Cable’s #1-Rated Drama Series Telecast of 2011 (Adults 18-49 and Men 18-49)
First-Run Telecast Delivers 6.5 Million Total Viewers and (4.3 Million Adults 18-49)
Marking Respective Gains of +25% and +20% Over Season 3 Premiere
First Run and Encore Telecasts Combine to Deliver 9.5 Million Total Viewers, (6.3 Million Adults 18-49, and 3.7 Million Men 18-49)
Congrats, Sons! You're clearly doin' somethin' right!
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The Super Bowl effect!
After their pretty successful stint during the game's half-time show, The Black Eyed Peas' first single from their latest album, The Time (Dirty Bit) has hit the number one spot on iTunes!
We guess that's what's to be expected when 111 million viewers are watching you break it down during the most-watched program EVER!
[Image via WENN.]
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The number one show in late night isn't The Late Show with David Letterman or The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
ABC News' Nightline was the most watched late night program for the 2009/2010 season, which is a first for the show in 15 years.
Executive producer James Goldston says:
"This is a very proud day for all of us at ABC News. Every member of our show works extraordinarily hard each day to bring great stories and unique journalism to all of our viewers. This team has earned all of the success that Nightline has achieved in recent years."
This just goes to show that maybe America wants to watch real news rather than hear a couple of stale jokes from old talking heads.
Way to go, Nightline!
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