Stephen Colbert won in the ratings of Nielsen Company for the ninth time in a row. His “Late Show” edge of 400,000 watchers the amplest lead since the CBS star surpassed Fallon with a sharp fixation on governmental issues. Fallon disclosed a rerun Friday; generally the shows were all crisp a week ago.
All the more unfavorably for NBC, Colbert tied Fallon among watchers matured 25-to-54 surprisingly, infringing on more youthful watchers who are more important to publicists. Fallon had been the unchallenged late-night ruler until the appearance of the Trump organization, and he’s been attempting to recover his balance.
Supported by the NCAA competition, CBS overwhelmed a week ago with a normal of 9.7 million watchers in prime time. ABC had 4.4 million, NBC had 5.3 million, Fox had 2.7 million, Univision had 1.5 million, ION Television had 1.2 million, the CW had 1.39 million, and Telemundo had 1.35 million.