Posted in:

Thursday Cable Final Nationals: Hallmark Christmas Movie and ESPN College Football Lead Thanksgiving Night

What follows are the Live + Same Day rating results for the night’s top original cable telecasts on Thursday, November 23 (with the night’s cable ranks according to total viewers and adults 18-49 in parentheses):

Soul Train: 30th Anniversary (BET, 10:00 PM, 60 min.)
– 0.369 million viewers (#77)
– 0.11 A18-49 (#88)

College Football Prime: Ole Miss at Mississippi State (ESPN, 7:24 PM, 230 min.)
– 2.450 million viewers (#2)
– 1.16 HH
– 0.72 A18-49 (#2)
– 0.57 A18-34

College Basketball Regular Season: Butler at Texas (ESPN2, 7:18 PM, 111 min.)
– 0.369 million viewers (#77)
– 0.21 HH
– 0.10 A18-49 (#94)
– 0.09 A18-34

Beat Bobby Flay (FOOD, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.652 million viewers (#53)
– 0.17 A18-49 (#52)

Hallmark Original Movie: The Mistletoe Inn (HALL, 8:00 PM, 120 min.)
– 3.445 million viewers (#1)
– 0.54 A18-49 (#4)

Hidden Figures (HBO, 8:00 PM, 127 min.)
– 0.450 million viewers (#70)
– 0.13 A18-49 (#78)

John Wick: Chapter 2 (HBO, 10:10 PM, 122 min.)
– 0.507 million viewers (#66)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#35)

House Hunters (HGTV, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.155 million viewers (#8)
– 0.21 A18-49 (#28)

House Hunters International (HGTV, 10:30 PM, 30 min.)
– 1.094 million viewers (#12)
– 0.20 A18-49 (#35)

Annie (NAN, 8:00 PM, 150 min.)
– 1.115 million viewers (#10)
– 0.25 A18-49 (#20)

Carbonaro Effect (TRU, 10:00 PM, 30 min.)
– 0.416 million viewers (#74)
– 0.14 A18-49 (#72)

Liga MX QF: Cruz Azul vs. America (UDN, 8:00 PM, 148 min.)
– 0.873 million viewers (#24)
– 0.40 HH
– 0.40 A18-49 (#9)
– 0.38 A18-34

Liga MX QF: Atlas vs. Monterrey (UDN, 10:28 PM, 122 min.)
– 0.759 million viewers (#43)
– 0.36 HH
– 0.36 A18-49 (#13)
– 0.33 A18-34

Chrisley Knows Best (USA, 10:00 PM, 31 min.)
– 1.147 million viewers (#9)
– 0.37 A18-49 (#12)

The Cromarties (USA, 10:31 PM, 31 min.)
– 0.609 million viewers (#58)
– 0.21 A18-49 (#28)

Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research

Written by Douglas Pucci

Douglas Pucci (a.k.a. “Son of the Bronx”) has worked with Mr. Berman for more than a decade. A Bronx native, NYU graduate and once-intern for VH1's "Pop Up Video," Pucci went on to design, build and maintain websites for various non-profit organizations in his hometown of New York City. He also contributes to the sports website Awful Announcing.

1656 posts