Dec 01, 2020
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Juno Awards ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ Looks like Miss Marple beat up on the Juno Awards on Sunday night.

CBC-TV’s new Miss Marple mystery "At Bertram’s Hotel" _ which aired at 8 p.m. ET _ had 1.03 million viewers, the public broadcaster said.

Over on CTV, the Juno Awards, which aired from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET, grabbed 912,000 viewers.

Global’s "The Simpsons" _ which aired at 8 p.m. EDT_ meanwhile, also managed to pull in more viewers than Canada’s premier music awards show with 966,000 viewers.

All numbers are from BBM Nielsen.

CTV had to do some serious schedule juggling to accommodate the Juno broadcast.

Because of a two-hour episode of "The Amazing Race," the network was initially going to show the awards gala in a late time-slot across much of the country.

An outcry from the music community followed, prompting programmers to move the Juno show several hours earlier for eastern provinces and for the host city of Saskatoon.

The gala was hosted by superstar Nelly Furtado, who swept all five categories in which she was nominated.

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Headline, Industry News

Juno Awards ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ Looks like Miss Marple beat up on the Juno Awards on Sunday night.

CBC-TV’s new Miss Marple mystery "At Bertram’s Hotel" _ which aired at 8 p.m. ET _ had 1.03 million viewers, the public broadcaster said.

Over on CTV, the Juno Awards, which aired from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET, grabbed 912,000 viewers.

Global’s "The Simpsons" _ which aired at 8 p.m. EDT_ meanwhile, also managed to pull in more viewers than Canada’s premier music awards show with 966,000 viewers.

All numbers are from BBM Nielsen.

CTV had to do some serious schedule juggling to accommodate the Juno broadcast.

Because of a two-hour episode of "The Amazing Race," the network was initially going to show the awards gala in a late time-slot across much of the country.

An outcry from the music community followed, prompting programmers to move the Juno show several hours earlier for eastern provinces and for the host city of Saskatoon.

The gala was hosted by superstar Nelly Furtado, who swept all five categories in which she was nominated.

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Headline, Industry News

Juno Awards ratings

TORONTO (CP) _ Looks like Miss Marple beat up on the Juno Awards on Sunday night.

CBC-TV’s new Miss Marple mystery "At Bertram’s Hotel" _ which aired at 8 p.m. ET _ had 1.03 million viewers, the public broadcaster said.

Over on CTV, the Juno Awards, which aired from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. ET, grabbed 912,000 viewers.

Global’s "The Simpsons" _ which aired at 8 p.m. EDT_ meanwhile, also managed to pull in more viewers than Canada’s premier music awards show with 966,000 viewers.

All numbers are from BBM Nielsen.

CTV had to do some serious schedule juggling to accommodate the Juno broadcast.

Because of a two-hour episode of "The Amazing Race," the network was initially going to show the awards gala in a late time-slot across much of the country.

An outcry from the music community followed, prompting programmers to move the Juno show several hours earlier for eastern provinces and for the host city of Saskatoon.

The gala was hosted by superstar Nelly Furtado, who swept all five categories in which she was nominated.

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