Ratings for the awards show, hosted by Seth Meyers, dipped 5 percent from last year.
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Sunday’s Season 7 premiere of “Game of Thrones” was the most-watched premiere ever for both the series and HBO.
One conclusion from the 2016-17 season: A show with ratings that once would have prompted cancellation can now be the source of some relief.
Mr. Colbert has done what was unthinkable a year ago: turned “The Late Show” into the most viewed show in late night. And President Trump is not the only reason.
About 26 million people watched Sunday night’s award show on CBS, which featured a showdown between Adele and Beyoncé.
The NBC series has become a breakout hit, earning an unusual two-season renewal. Insiders see the show as a counterweight to dark procedurals and darker times.
“Hairspray Live!” received good reviews but it had only nine million viewers, about 2.5 million fewer than last year’s production of “The Wiz Live!”
The Season 7 premiere of “The Walking Dead,” which spurred many violence complaints, was one of the most watched in series history.
Only 11.3 million viewers watched the show on ABC, fewer than the 11.9 million who watched last year.
This awards show is airing on Sunday on ABC, which hopes to buck a trend of falling ratings, even for big live events.