College Football Scores for ABC

ABC was last week’s most-watched linear TV network with a 8.67% viewership share, per Inscape.

College Football Scores for ABC

Each week, we highlight the most-watched shows and networks using insights from Inscape, the currency-grade smart TV ACR data provider and data technology division of Vizio. Data is linear, live TV only and includes all episode types (new and reruns). Rankings are by percent share duration (i.e., time spent watching). Here's a look at the top 25 networks by viewership share for November 27 through December 3 — head over to TVREV to see the program ranking and get insights about the top shows by watch-time.

Thanks largely to several college football conference championship games, ABC moves into first place on the TV network ranking, capturing 8.67% of all minutes watched last week. The broadcaster also felt some love from The Golden Bachelor finale, which was one of its most-watched programs for the week outside of sports and news-related fare. 

Additional insights around the top TV networks by viewership share:

  • Only three networks retain ranking positions from the previous week: Hallmark, ION and TBS. Of the three, ION and TBS saw slight increases in viewership share, while Hallmark saw a decrease. 
  • Although Hallmark Movies & Mysteries slipped from No. 10 to No. 12 week-over-week, it actually had an increase in minutes watched (from 1.42% to 1.48%). The premiere of Time for Her to Come Home for Christmas was the network’s top program by watch-time during the week. 
  • Week-over-week ranking newcomers include Bravo (No. 20), Freeform (No. 21) and TLC (No. 23). Freeform had the biggest increase (up ten spots from No. 31), fueled by a slate of classic holiday movies including Home Alone, The Santa Claus and Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

Check out the latest ranking of most-watched programs on TV at TVREV.