Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Saturday Cable Ratings - 'NBA Basketball,' 'College Football,' 'Vacation House Rules,' 'Say Yes to the Dress' & More!

On September 5, 2020, TNT's NBA Basketball was the highest rated show on cable with a 1.14 - followed by ESPN's College Football (0.36), HGTV's Vacation House Rules (0.17), HGTV's Backyard Takeover (0.17) and ESPN2's 2020 U.S. Open Tennis (0.14).






                                                   The Cable Ratings for Saturday, September 5 


Show

Network

Time

18 - 49 Rating

Viewers (Millions)

1

NBA Basketball

TNT

9:18 PM

1.14

2.955

2

NBA Basketball

TNT

6:44 PM

0.95

2.558

3

College Football

ESPN

4:30 PM

0.36

1.228

4

College Football

ESPN

8:17 PM

0.31

1.034

5

College Football

ESPN

1:00 PM

0.30

0.980

6

Vacation House Rules

HGTV

8:00 PM

0.17

1.531

7

Backyard Takeover

HGTV

9:00 PM

0.17

1.200

8

2020 U.S. Open Tennis

ESPN2

11:00 AM

0.14

0.775

9

Say Yes to the Dress

TLC

8:00 PM

0.13

0.788

10

2020 U.S. Open Tennis

ESPN2

7:00 PM

0.12

0.701

11

Pit Bulls and Parolees

Animal

9:00 PM

0.10

0.612

12

Love & Marriage: Huntsville

OWN

8:00 PM

0.10

0.408

13

Live Rescue

A&E

9:00 PM

0.08

0.447

14

On the Trail: Inside the 2020 Primaries

CNN

8:00 PM

0.08

0.657

15

License to Kill

Oxygen

6:00 PM

0.07

0.303

16

Unfiltered

Nickelodeon

8:05 PM

0.07

0.315

17

The Incredible Dr. Pol

NatGeoWild

9:00 PM

0.06

0.683

18

Hotel Paranormal

Travel

11:00 PM

0.06

0.191

19

Black Love

OWN

10:00 PM

0.05

0.243

20

Group Chat

Nickelodeon

8:35 PM

0.05

0.273

21

MLB Baseball

MLBN

5:16 PM

0.05

0.207

22

Black Love

OWN

9:00 PM

0.05

0.252

23

Pop Goes the Vet

NatGeoWild

10:16 PM

0.05

0.478

24

The Secret Life of the Zoo

Animal

10:00 PM

0.05

0.328

25

MLB Baseball

MLBN

8:50 PM

0.02

0.126

26

I Quit

Discovery

10:00 PM

0.02

0.129


No rating information was made immediately available for BBC America's Earthflight and WGN America's NewsNation.


NOTE: For the 2020-21 broadcast season, Nielsen has determined that there are 121 million TV households in the United States - with 307.9 million people ages 2 and up. The Adults 18-49 demographic is the rating most commonly reported and helps determine ad rates but is not the sole explanation for whether a show will be renewed or cancelled.