“60 Minutes” Reigns Again as Television’s #1 Primetime Program for the Week
“60 MINUTES” REIGNS AGAIN AS TELEVISION’S #1 PRIMETIME PROGRAM FOR THE WEEK
For the fourth time this season, 60 MINUTES led as television’s #1 primetime broadcast for the week in total viewers and adults 18+, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Sunday, April 23. This is the 19th time the CBS newsmagazine has made the top five this season, and the 25th time 60 MINUTES has made the top 10 out of 26 episodes.
60 MINUTES’ potential social impressions (761m) were up +5% from the prior week. Across 60 MINUTES’ combined social accounts (TikTok, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook and Instagram), the newsmagazine captured 23.4 million video views over the past week.
The classic long-running prime time TV investigative news magazine.
Sunday’s edition of 60 MINUTES featured Scott Pelley’s report from Syria on attacks on healthcare providers and infrastructure after catastrophic earthquakes devastated the war-torn northwest region; Bill Whitaker’s interview with Ray Epps – the man at the center of a Jan. 6 conspiracy theory; and Sharyn Alfonsi’s profile of Hollywood actor Nicolas Cage. Click here to watch the broadcast.
Bill Owens is the executive producer of 60 MINUTES, America’s most-watched news program.
Note: Potential Impressions are the estimated number of people who might have viewed posts related to this topic. NetBase calculates potential impressions based on followers/fans of original posts and followers/fans of engagements.
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