"60 MINUTES" MAKES THE TOP 10 FOR THE NINTH TIME IN NINE BROADCASTS
America's number-one news magazine, 60 MINUTES, continues its phenomenal run on Nielsen's Top 10 programs list, making it again for the eighth time in the last nine broadcasts. The news magazine finished ninth in viewers, drawing 12.5 million, and tied for fourth in households with an 8.1 rating and 14 share.
Sunday's (17) broadcast won its time period in both viewers and households.
The program featured Scott Pelley's investigation of controversial heart surgery drug Trasylol, Morley Safer's report why Denmark continues to finish first in a happiness study, and Bob Simon's profile of conducting virtuoso Gustavo Dudamel.