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`The Masked Singer`: From left: Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Kandi Burruss, Nick Cannon and Nicole Scherzinger in the `Couldn't Mask For Anything More: The Grand Finale!` season finale episode on FOX. (CR: Michael Becker / FOX. © 2020 FOX Media LLC.)
"The Masked Singer": From left: Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Kandi Burruss, Nick Cannon and Nicole Scherzinger in the "Couldn't Mask For Anything More: The Grand Finale!" season finale episode on FOX. (CR: Michael Becker / FOX. © 2020 FOX Media LLC.)

FOX: 'The Masked Singer' ranks as 2019-20's #1 entertainment series

Fri, May 22nd 2020 01:25 pm

Excluding Super Bowl LIV and the NFC Championship game, FOX is claiming its spot as the No. 1 network – up 8% from No. 2 NBC. With entertainment only, season-to-date FOX ranks No. 1, tying ABC and NBC.

FOX is the only network to be up year-over-year in the demo and total viewers, with gains of 13% and 17%, respectively, while all other broadcast networks are even or down in both metrics.

“The Masked Singer” ranks as this season’s No. 1 entertainment series, while its lead-out, “Lego Masters,” is 2019-20’s No. 1 new entertainment program and No. 1 co-viewed entertainment series among adults 18-49 and total viewers. Together, they have helped FOX extend its record-setting 18th season as Wednesday’s top-rated network, the most consecutive years winning any night for any network.

“The Masked Singer” (3.2/16 L7, 10.8 million total viewers, 14.9 million multiplatform viewers), ranks as television’s top entertainment series among adults 18-49, with a double-digit advantage over its closest broadcast competitor, “This Is Us.” Its season three premiere, post-Super Bowl LIV, averaged a 9.4/41 L7 and 27.4 million viewers, making it television’s No. 1 reality telecast in eight years.

Prime Averages Source: Nielsen NTI. Most Current (L+7/L+3/L+SD) Broadcast prime by network. Entertainment only excludes sports. 2019-20 season to date (9/23/19-5/20/20).

Program averages and rank source: Nielsen Npower L+7. Original primetime programs; excludes repeats, specials, breakouts and sustained programming. 2019-20 season to date (9/23/19-5/10/20).

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