Dodgers-Cubs Game 3 draws 6.5 million, Indians-Blue Jays Game draws 2.7 million


The Los Angeles Dodgers win over the Chicago Cubs to take a two games to one lead in the NLCS averaged 6.494 million viewers on FS1. That’s FS1’s 2nd-best viewership ever trailing only Sunday’s Game 2 of the series that averaged 7.291 million.

Meanwhile the Toronto Blue Jays win over the Cleveland Indians to force a fifth game of the ALCS averaged 2.738 million on TBS (U.S. viewership only, doesn’t include Canada).

I haven’t yet received the report for Tuesday that I use to make the daily cable sports tables, but will post as soon as I can. In the meanwhile there are some additional numbers from Tuesday in my Twitter stream.

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  1. This headline is bad and the writer should feel bad. Not including the Canadian viewership is disingenuous and implies that the viewership for the Indians-Blue Jays game is far less than the Cubs-Dodgers game which might not reflect reality.

    1. You should then also add viewers in Central America and the Caribbean.

      This website is about United States television channels.

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