CBS SUNDAY MORNING Delivers Over 6 Million Viewers for 2nd Consecutive Week
CBS SUNDAY MORNING, the nation's #1 Sunday morning news program, delivered more than 6 million viewers for the second consecutive week, according to Nielsen live plus same day ratings for Nov. 12. Anchored by Jane Pauley, CBS SUNDAY MORNING posted 6.15 million viewers (even with the same week last year) and a 1.1/06 with adults 25-54, the demographic that matters most to those who advertise in news.
Television season-to-date, CBS SUNDAY MORNING is delivering 5.93 million viewers (up +2% from 5.8m) and a 1.1/06 with adults 25-54. CBS SUNDAY MORNING is #1 in both measures.
Sunday's broadcast featured Ted Koppel's cover story on a group of former Maryland inmates who spent decades in prison due to a law which was overturned in 2012, enabling them to win their freedom. The broadcast also included David Begnaud's report on a trip to Puerto Rico by "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda. Tony Dokoupil interviewed magazine editor and author Tina Brown. Tracy Smith sat down with country music superstars Faith Hill and Tim McGraw. Faith Salie reported on the artwork and humor of New Yorker cartoonist George Booth. Manuel Bojorquez took a look back at what some consider the greatest movie of all time: "Casablanca," which was released 75 years ago in November of 1942. Nancy Giles visited to Rooster Soup, an acclaimed Philadelphia restaurant that donates food and 100% of its profits to help feed the homeless. And Steve Hartman told a story about a man who provides free books to his town.
CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.
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