Nearly 2.7m viewers make The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards on CTV

The 62nd PRIMETIME EMMY® AWARDS becomes the most-watched EMMYs broadcast in 15 years as 2.674 million viewers tuned in to watch the star-studded spectacle on CTV.

The most-watched program of the week, the 62nd PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS live broadcast is up 18% over last year’s broadcast (2.05 million), and up 60% with viewers 18-34. Peaking with 3.045 million viewers at 9:01 p.m. ET, more than 8.6 million Canadians tuned into some or all of the broadcast.

As the best of the small screen were honoured, viewers saw Jim Parsons of CTV’s ratings winner THE BIG BANG THEORY take home his first EMMY award for Lead Actor in a Comedy Series.

For more coverage of the 62nd PRIMETIME EMMY AWARDS tune in to tonight’s ETALK at 7 p.m. ET on CTV for interviews from ETALK’s position on the red carpet and its exclusive backstage one-on-one room where host Tanya Kim interviews many of the night’s top winners including Jim Parsons, Kyra Sedgwick, Claire Danes, and Jane Lynch. ETALK Special Reporter Jessi Cruickshank is at the HBO after-party with all the stars.

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