Fox scores scores win as World Sequence viewership rebounds

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Baseball was particularly good to Fox, with the Atlanta-Houston World Sequence lifting the community to its first weekly scores win within the younger TV season.

The sequence rebounded from final yr’s contest, which hit an all-time viewership low that was attributed to the pandemic and competitors from the 2020 presidential election.

The Houston Astros must-have win Sunday over the Atlanta Braves, then main the sequence 3-1, was the standout to this point within the potential seven-game sequence, in line with Nielsen figures out Tuesday.

The 9-5 Astros victory drew 13.6 million viewers — a 35% bounce over the ten million who watched 2020’s Los Angeles Dodgers Sport 5 defeat of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Final yr, the Dodgers went on to a six-game win over the Rays that posted a TV ranking down 32% from the earlier World Sequence low, the San Francisco Giants’ four-game sweep of the Detroit Tigers in 2012.

Bragging rights additionally went to soccer and NBC final week, with NFL regular-season video games incomes the highest two spots for the week.

General, Fox averaged 11.9 million viewers in prime time, adopted by NBC with 5.4 million. CBS had 3.9 million, ABC had 3.5 million, Univision had 1.3 million, ION Tv had 970,000 and Telemundo had 930,000.

Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable channel in prime time with a median 2.21 million viewers. It was adopted by ESPN with 2.17 million, Hallmark with 1.28 million, MSNBC with 1.11 million and HGTV with 857,000.

ABC’s “World News Tonight” led the night news scores competitors, averaging 8.1 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” had 7 million, and the “CBS Night News” had 5.2 million.

For the week of Oct. 25-31, the highest 20 prime-time applications, their networks and viewerships:

NFL Soccer: Inexperienced Bay at Arizona, Fox, 20.3 million.

NFL Soccer: Dallas at Minnesota, NBC, 15.7 million.

MLB World Sequence Sport 5, Fox, 13.6 million.

“The OT,” Fox, 13.3 million.

MLB Pregame (Sunday), Fox, 12.5 million.

NFL Pregame (Sunday), NBC, 11.8 million.

MLB World Sequence Sport 3, Fox, 11.2 million.

NFL Soccer: New Orleans at Seattle, ESPN, 11.19 million.

MLB World Sequence Sport 1, Fox, 10.8 million.

MLB World Sequence Sport 4, Fox, 10.5 million.

NFL Pregame (Thursday), Fox, 10.46 million.

MLB World Sequence Sport 2, Fox, 10.3 million.

NFL Pregame (Sunday), NBC, 9.2 million.

“Younger Sheldon,” CBS, 7.2 million.

“60 Minutes,” CBS, 7.11 million.

“Saturday Night time Soccer: Penn State at Ohio State,” ABC, 7.1 million.

“The Voice” (Monday), NBC, 6.9 million.

“Chicago Hearth,” NBC, 6.801 million.

“Chicago Med,” NBC, 6.8 million.

“The Voice” (Tuesday), NBC, 6.7 million. | Fox scores scores win as World Sequence viewership rebounds


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