On Monday, “Tonight Show” achieved the average youngest TV viewership ever for the original episode of the show, based on early ratings. Jimmy Fallon attracted 947,000 viewers only last night.
Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” won on CBS with 2.03 million viewers, according to Nielsen Live + Same Day fast numbers. The song “Jimmy Kimmel Live from ABC!” It ranked second among late night TV shows with a total viewership of 1.67 million viewers.
The numbers for each of these displays are subject to modification as the final numbers are written down. It is expected to be available on Wednesday.
While this specific Nielsen historical data only dates back to 1986, it’s safe to say that Johnny Carson has always attracted over a million viewers. These are very different ages. (Carson hosted The Tonight Show from 1962 to 1992. Jay Leno took over in 92.)
The previous decline in the original “Tonight Show” came on September 25, 2020, when Fallon had attracted a total of 992,000 viewers after the Stanley Cup Final match. The start of that episode was slightly delayed due to the coverage of live hockey.
Before the post hockey episode, the show’s record low came from the August 18, 2020 episode, when Jimmy attracted a million viewers in total.
Yes, it has been a difficult period for Fallon – especially amid the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, Fallon welcomed guests Bill Burr, Rashida Jones, and the music guest The Old Dominion. The clips included “Life Coach” with Burr and Fallon solo gag “Go On, Git.”
Last night, Colbert gave an interview to Chris Rock and broadcast a show by singer Joss Stone. On “Kimmel,” the guests were “This Is Us Star” Milo Ventimiglia and Jake Tapper of CNN, with Queen Naija as the musical guest.
Readers can watch Fallon’s Monologue on Mondays below. Fallon initially addressed President Trump about his permanent ban from Twitter and other social media platforms.
Find prime time ratings last night Here. ABC won that day a part.