Top sports programs of the week
Here are the highest rated TV programs from the week of Jan. 5-11, 2009, according to The Nielsen Co.
Updated: January 23, 2009, 2:35 AM ET
Here are the most-watched sports TV programs for the previous week, according to The Nielsen Co.:
The rankings are based on Live + Same Day average audience estimates for all sports telecasts airing between Jan. 5-11, 2009, excluding those that were less than 15 minutes long. Copyrighted data of The Nielsen Co. Reprinted with permission. Unauthorized reproduction and use strictly prohibited. Source: Nielsen Co.
Top Sports Telecasts from Jan. 5-11, 2009
|Network||Date||Start time||Program||Viewers (000)|
|CBS||Jan. 11||4:46 p.m.||AFC divisional playoff (Chargers-Steelers)||34,107|
|Fox||Jan. 11||1:07 p.m.||NFC playoffs (Eagles-Giants)||31,358|
|Fox||Jan. 8||8:20 p.m.||BCS National Championship (Oklahoma-Florida)||26,767|
|CBS||Jan. 10||4:34 p.m.||AFC divisional playoff (Ravens-Titans)||25,453|
|Fox||Jan. 10||8:16 p.m.||NFC playoff (Cardinals-Panthers)||23,776|
|Fox||Jan. 5||8:18 p.m.||Fiesta Bowl (Texas-Ohio State)||17,056|
|CBS||Jan. 10||7:42 p.m.||AFC Divisional playoff postgame||17,006|
|Fox||Jan. 11||4:26 p.m.||NFC playoff postgame||12,296|
|Fox||Jan. 8||11:55 p.m.||BCS National Championship postgame||10,963|
|CBS||Jan. 11||4 p.m.||NFL Today||10,630|
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