Top sports programs of the week
Updated: April 17, 2010, 3:33 AM ET
Here are the most watched sports TV programs for the previous week, according to The Nielsen Co.:
All times Eastern. The rankings are based on Live + Same Day average audience estimates for all sports telecasts airing between April 5-11, 2010, excluding those that were less than 15 minutes long. The rankings exclude professional wrestling telecasts and Ultimate Fighting (MMA) telecasts. Copyrighted data of The Nielsen Co. Reprinted with permission. Unauthorized reproduction and use strictly prohibited. Source: Nielsen Co.
Top Sports Telecasts from April 5-11, 2010
|CBS||April 5||9:15 p.m.||NCAA Championship: Butler-Duke||23,944,455|
|CBS||April 11||3 p.m.||The Masters final round||16,676,037|
|CBS||April 5||9 p.m.||Prelude to a Championship||12,374,972|
|CBS||April 5||11:41 p.m.||NCAA Championship postgame||11,030,929|
|CBS||April 10||4 p.m.||The Masters third round||9,897,286|
|Fox||April 10||7:47 p.m.||NASCAR Sprint Cup Subway Fresh Fit 600||5,976,994|
|ESPN||April 8||4 p.m.||The Masters first round||4,936,266|
|ESPN||April 9||4 p.m.||The Masters second round||3,910,444|
|ESPN||April 6||8:19 p.m.||NCAA Women's Championship: Connecticut-Stanford||3,531,296|
|ESPN||April 6||10:23 p.m||College Basketball Scoreboard||3,498,337|
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