Wimbledon’s Grand Slam: TV By the Numbers

The championships gained steam week-over-week, capturing 1.79% of all live, linear minutes watched, per Inscape.

Wimbledon’s Grand Slam: TV By the Numbers

The 2023 Wimbledon Championships aced it again, capturing 1.79% of watch-time for the week, up from 1.70% previously. Looking at the tournament as a whole, from July 3-16 it had a 1.75% viewership share across all programs on TV, an increase from 2022's 1.46% share. Elsewhere in sports, the NBA summer league bounces up, moving from No. 14 to No. 6 with a 0.75% viewership share.

Some additional insights about the top programming and networks on TV:

  • The 2023 MLB All-Star Game lands at No. 11 with 0.58% of minutes watched. It was also the No. 1 program in primetime on July 11, with 11.37% of national linear watch-time, as TVREV’s John Cassillo previously reported.
  • Chicago Fire exploded into the top ten (up from No. 36 previously) with a 0.66% viewership share, thanks to multiple rerun marathons on USA and ION.
  • On the network side of things, CBS remains in first place, increasing its viewership share from 5.87% to 6.20% week-over-week.
  • Week-over-week network ranking newcomers include TLC (No. 19), with watch-time driven in part by 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days, and BET (No. 25), which was fueled by Celebrity Family Feud.

Read more and see the full rankings at TVREV.com.