Grammys barely transfer the needle in tv scores

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Regardless of an evening of feel-good vibes and performances by the music trade’s prime acts, the Grammy Awards barely moved the needle as a tv attraction.

The present reached just below 9.6 million viewers on Sunday, the Nielsen firm mentioned. That is a 4% improve over 2021’s broadcast, a extra intimate affair due to the pandemic, and the smallest-ever viewers for the Grammys by a large margin.

Any year-to-year viewership improve is normally a trigger for celebration in at the moment’s tv world. However that needs to be thought-about a disappointing exhibiting when you think about the earlier week’s Academy Awards elevated its viewers by 58% over 2021.

Jon Batiste was the largest winner on the Grammys on CBS, which featured performances by Billie Eilish, Olivia Rodrigo, BTS, Chris Stapleton, Justin Bieber and others.

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The 64th annual Grammy Awards were held on Sunday in Las Vegas.

The sixty fourth annual Grammy Awards have been held on Sunday in Las Vegas.
(AP Picture/Chris Pizzello, File)

“Don’t even think of it as an awards show,” host Trevor Noah mentioned at one level. “Think of it as a concert where we’re giving out awards.”

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On the sports activities entrance, the much-awaited NCAA Closing 4 contest between Duke and North Carolina reached a complete of 16.25 million folks Saturday evening over a number of Turner cable networks, Nielsen mentioned.

Sunday’s NCAA championship recreation in girls’s basketball, gained by South Carolina over Connecticut, was seen by 4.47 million folks on ESPN.

CBS gained the week in prime time, averaging 5.3 million viewers. ABC had 3.2 million, NBC had 2.4 million, Fox had 2.1 million, Univision had 1.5 million, Ion Tv had 1 million and Telemundo had 920,000.

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Each day Put up Channel was the most-watched cable community in prime time, averaging 2.5 million viewers. TBS had 1.99 million, ESPN had 1.67 million, TNT had 1.47 million and HGTV had 1.1 million.

ABC’s “World News Tonight” gained the night information scores race with a mean of 8.4 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” had 7 million viewers and the “CBS Evening News” had 5 million.

Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber at the Grammys.

Justin Bieber, Hailey Bieber on the Grammys.
(Getty Photographs)

For the week of March 28-April 3, the highest 20 prime time packages, their networks and viewerships:

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1. NCAA Males’s Basketball Event: Duke vs. North Carolina, TBS, 9.87 million.

2. “Grammy Awards” (8 to 10:53 p.m. Japanese), CBS, 9.59 million.

3. “Grammy Awards” (10:54 to 11:30 p.m.), CBS, 8.76 million.

4. “FBI,” CBS, 7.58 million.

5. “NCAA Pregame Show,” TBS, 7.24 million.

6. “Young Sheldon,” CBS, 6.93 million.

7. “NCIS,” CBS, 6.83 million.

8. “60 Minutes,” CBS, 6.48 million.

9. NCAA Males’s Basketball Event: Duke vs. North Carolina, Turner, 6.38 million.

10. “Ghosts,” CBS, 6.23 million.

Jon Batiste is seen in the audience before going on stage to accept the award for best music video for

Jon Batiste is seen within the viewers earlier than happening stage to simply accept the award for greatest music video for “Freedom” on the sixty fourth Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, April 3, 2022, in Las Vegas. 
(AP Picture/Chris Pizzello)

11. “FBI: International,” CBS, 6.22 million.

12. “NCIS: Hawai’i,” CBS, 6.13 million.

13. “FBI: Most Wanted,” CBS, 5.84 million.

14. “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 5.68 million.

15. “American Idol” (Monday), ABC, 5.66 million.

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16. “Survivor,” CBS, 5.63 million.

17. “The Neighborhood,” CBS, 5.42 million.

18. “Bob Hearts Abishola,” CBS, 5.13 million.

19. “United States of Al,” CBS, 5.02 million.

20. “911,” Fox, 4.97 million.

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