Via a press release from CBS. It’s nice to know that The legendary Beatles can still deliver! Last night’s Grammy special that celebrated the 50 year anniversary of the Beatles epic first appearance on The Ed Sullivan show delivered some impressive numbers against big rivals such as the Winter Olympics and The Walking Dead.
A slew of celebrities performed Fab 4 covers, while Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr joined forces to perform separately and together. The two also sat down for an interview with David Letterman in the iconic NYC theater that started it all.
All right. So the rating in the demo was only 2.1, which probably means it was mostly baby boomers tuning in to reminisce, while their kids were probably watching the zombies.
“THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA- A GRAMMY SALUTE” DELIVERS AN IMPRESSIVE 13.95 MILLION VIEWERS OPPOSITE SKIERS, SKATERS, DOWAGERS AND ZOMBIES
THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA – A GRAMMY SALUTE delivered 13.95 million viewers, according to Nielsen preliminary live plus same day ratings for Sunday, Feb. 9.
From 8:00-10:30 PM, THE BEATLES: THE NIGHT THAT CHANGED AMERICA – A GRAMMY SALUTE (S) averaged 13.95 million viewers, 3.4/07 in adults 25-54 and 2.1/05 in adults 18-49 against strong competition which included the Olympics, the winter premiere of “The Walking Dead,” “Downton Abbey” and other Sunday cable series.