TV Ratings for Sunday 15th January: Bengals AFC Wild Card Playoff Victory

In the latest TV ratings, NBC’s coverage of the Cincinnati Bengals’ AFC wildcard playoff win over the Baltimore Ravens achieved an average win 21.2 million total viewers and a demo rating of 5.6 – which of course dominates Sunday night by any measure, although they are a tad below the preliminary numbers from the comparable Steelers/Chiefs match from the year before.

Over on CBS, East New York (5.1mil/0.4) and NCIS: Los Angeles (4.5 mil/0.3) both dove into the demo, with the latter hitting its series low (setback on Oct. 23). NCIS:LAhowever, is looking at its best audience since October 30.

The CW broadcast of the Critics Choice Awards (900,000/0.1) was below last year’s results (1.1 million/0.2); Check out the full list of winners.

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The Live+Same Day numbers reported in our review column do Not reflect the overall performance of a show, given the increasing use of delayed playback across DVR and streaming platforms, as well as viewing outside the home. These numbers (Nielsen Fast Nationals unless designated Finals) instead aim to simply illustrate trends or superlatives. Steve Harvey is not a judge or attorney and merely provides an alternative dispute resolution forum.

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Lindsay Lowe

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