"60 MINUTES" MAKES THE TOP 10 FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE WEEK AND THE FOURTH TIME THIS SEASON
60 MINUTES made Nielsen's top 10 programs list for the second consecutive week and for the fourth time this season. America's number-one newsmagazine drew an audience of 16.13 million viewers to finish seventh for the week. In households, it landed at number six, with a 10.5 rating and a 16 share.
Compared to last week, when it finished 10th in viewers and ninth in households, 60 MINUTES was up +11% in households (from 9.5/15) and added +1.50m viewers (from 14.63m, +10%).
Sunday's (25) broadcast featured a segment about people awakening from minimally conscious states reported by CNN's Anderson Cooper, a Lesley Stahl report on hi-tech identity thieves, and a profile of the Eagles rock band by Steve Kroft.