PTI, Around the Horn, SportsCenter lead cable sports for Thursday July 30, 2015

July 31, 2015

ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption led another slow day in the cable sports world with an average of 899,000 viewers.  Around the Horn averaged 642,000 viewers good enough for second place on the day among the cable sports nets. Cable Sports TV Ratings for Thursday July 30, 2015: This is sorted from most-watched to least-watched. Using your browser’s search tool (usually CTRL/CMD+F) might be the faster way to go if you’re looking for something…

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PTI, Copa Libertadores, Around the Horn lead cable sports for Wednesday July 29, 2015

July 30, 2015

ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption led another slow day of summertime cable sports viewership with an average of 861,000 viewers. The Tigres vs River Plate tie in the first leg final of the Copa Libertadores match on Fox Deportes averaged 701,000 viewers. ESPN’s Around the Horn averaged 616,000 viewers and a non-exclusive Angeles-Astros game averaged 577,000 viewers.  Highly Questionable averaged 562,000 viewers. On Fox Sports 1, the MLS All-Star Game averaged…

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PTI, Yankees-Rangers, Around the Horn lead cable sports for Tuesday July 28, 2015

July 29, 2015

The Tom Brady news didn’t do much (if anything) in terms of spiking cable TV sports ratings and ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption led another slow day in the cable sports world with  940,000 viewers and a 0.4 adults 18-49 rating. Tuesday night MLB on Fox Sports 1 with non-exclusive (correction, FS1 did have the exclusive, even in the teams local markets) coverage of a Yankees-Rangers game averaged 823,000 viewers. Around the…

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PTI, Yankees-Rangers, Around the Horn lead cable sports for Monday July 27, 2015

July 28, 2015

Cable Sports TV Ratings for Monday July 27, 2015: This is sorted from most-watched to least-watched. Using your browser’s search tool (usually CTRL/CMD+F) might be the faster way to go if you’re looking for something specific. Note to readers using mobile phones: on most phones the tables are easier to read/scroll through if you tilt your phone to landscape orientation. Program Net Episode Start End Viewers (000) 18-49 Rtg PARDON THE…

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ESPN on top in viewing but Univision Deportes was tops in primetime demo in sports network rankings for the week ending July 26, 2015

July 28, 2015

As is almost always the case ESPN led the cable sports networks in both primetime and total day viewing for the week ending July 26. But fueled by a healthy number for the Gold Cup final between Mexico and Jamaica, Univision Deportes led all of the sports networks in primetime adults 18-49. Univision Deportes also bested ESPN2 in primetime in total viewers. Aided by NASCAR NBC Sports Network topped ESPN2 in total…

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NASCAR Sprint Cup, Red Sox-Tigers Sunday Night Baseball, Mexico Jamaica Gold Cup Final lead cable sports for Sunday July 26, 2015

July 28, 2015

The NASCAR Sprint Cup race from the Brickyard in Indianapolis on NBC Sports Network  averaged 4.701 million viewers and a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating to lead all cable sports programming on the day. . The Boston Red Sox vs St. Detroit Tigers Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN averaged 1.733 million viewers. The Univision Deportes simulcast of Univision’s coverage of the Mexico-Jamaica Gold Cup Final averaged 1.717 million viewers. The combined Univision/Univision Deportes number was…

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Kovalev vs Moha-­mmedi, NASCAR Sprint Cup Qualifying lead cable sports for Saturday July 25, 2015

July 28, 2015

A 10 minute segment of HBO’s coverage of the Kovalev-Moha-­mmedi boxing match from 11:12p to 11:22p ET earned the day’s best cable sports viewership with an average of 1.014 million viewers. The 21 minutes from 10:51p to 11:12p ET averaged 940,000. NASCAR Sprint Cup qualifying from the Brickyard in Indianapolis on NBC Sports Network from 1:05p to 2:42p ET averaged 910,000 viewers. Tour de France coverage on NBCSN from 8a-11:30a ET…

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PTI, Around the Horn, Crossfit Games lead cable sports for Friday July 24, 2015

July 27, 2015

Friday marks one of the slowest day for cable sports since this site launched last November. How slow was it? It was so slow that even with average viewership of a mere 691,000 for a Jason Whitlock & Dan Le Batard edition of ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption was the most-watched cable sports show of the day. Pablo Torre’s last day filling in for Tony Reali on Around the Horn averaged 504,000 viewers.  The…

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