Survivor: Nicaragua

Wednesday, October 20 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The scheming continues as the castaways compete for the million-dollar prize. Then, at tribal council, another person is voted out of the game.

Wednesday, October 13 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The scheming continues as the castaways compete for the million-dollar prize. Then, at tribal council, another person is voted out of the game.

Wednesday, October 6 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

The scheming continues as the castaways compete for the million-dollar prize. Then, at tribal council, another person is voted out of the game.

Wednesday, September 29 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Participants continue their quest to be the sole survivor, and another castaway is voted off at tribal council.

Wednesday, September 22 – 8pm ET/PT on Global

Participants continue their quest to be the sole survivor, and at tribal council, another castaway is voted off the island.

Last night, Global’s reality TV lineup outplayed the competition as the premiere of Survivor: Nicaragua, debuting in its new Wednesday slot, won the night nationally and in all key markets.

The 21st season of Survivor kicked off the evening with 2.5 million loyal fans (2+, national) making it the highest rated play of any series on Canadian television since Glee’s spring season finale.

Continuing on the momentum of its lead-in, Big Brother concluded its hugely successful season with 1.7 million viewers (2+, national), peaking at 9:46pm with an audience of 2 million. A perpetual fan favourite, Big Brother has also been a ratings topper all summer long with multiple episodes consistently landing in the Top 5 each week.

 

SURVIVOR: NICARAGUA 8PM DATA HIGHLIGHTS (All data Adults 18-49):

· 1.3 million viewers in key A18-49 demo

· Going head-to-head, Survivor came out on top in this battle of reality, outperforming its closest timeslot competitors, the finales of Citytv’s America’s Got Talent (1st hour) and CTV’s Master Chef (1st hour) by 75% and 122%, respectively

· Won its timeslot in all 3 metered markets

 

BIG BROTHER 9PM DATA HIGHLIGHTS (All data Adults 18-49):

· Was the #2 show of the night nationally, second only to Survivor

· 1 million viewers in key A18-49 demo

· Finished the season with 39% more viewers than last summer

 

Viewers who missed last night’s episodes of Survivor and Big Brother can catch up on GlobalTV.com.

Source:  All data, as of August 31st 2009, BBM Canada PPM Overnight Data based on Adults 18-49 unless otherwise indicated. BBM NMR Data is used for dates prior to August 31st, 2009.

Wednesday, September 15 – 8pm ET/PT *Season Premiere/New Day* on Global

Set in Nicaragua, the 20 new castaways are divided into tribes according to their ages. The Espada tribe is made up of contestants over the age of 40, while the La Flor tribe consists of contestants ages 30 and under. The strategizing starts as the participants begin their quest to be the sole survivor.

Set in Nicaragua, the 20 new castaways are divided into tribes according to their ages. The Espada tribe is made up of contestants over the age of 40, while the La Flor tribe consists of contestants ages 30 and under.

The strategizing starts tonight as the participants begin their quest to be the sole survivor.

Alina Wilson, 23 – Art Student (Downey, CA)

Tribe: La Flor

Survivor: Nicaragua

 

Kelly Shinn, 20 – Nursing Student (Mesa, AZ)

Tribe: La Flor

Survivor: Nicaragua