MTV Movie Awards Down Double Digits In Viewers & Demo From 2013

By | Tuesday April 15, 2014 @ 7:13pm PDT

MTV MOvie AwardsAbout 2.8 million people tuned in to Sunday’s Conan O’Brien-hosted MTV Movie Awards, a million fewer viewers (-27%) than last year’s show. The 2013 trophy show clocked 3.8 million total viewers — up compared to previous year’s 3.2 million even though big winner Jennifer Lawrence didn’t show up, and Parks And Recreation’s Aubrey Plaza got thrown out. Those who watched Sunday’s fan-voted awards saw The Hunger Games: Catching Fire cop movie of the year, Mila Kunis hide her baby bump, Zac Efron lose his shirt and Mark Wahlberg score the MTV Generation Award — or, as he called it, the You’re Too Old To Come Back Award — and Eminem and Rihanna doing the TV debut of their hit “The Monster.”

Related: Oscar, Schmoscar: MTV Votes ‘Catching Fire’ Best Movie

Sunday’s show also was down by double digits in the network’s core 12-34 demographic, pulling a 2.6 compared with last year’s 3.4 — a 23% drop — and the previous year’s 2.8. In 2012, the MTV Movie Awards pulled in 3.2 million viewers and a 2.8 rating in 12-34. That had all been good news because 2012 was down a troubling 28% in the demo from the 2011 show. Additionally, last year’s show was up 45% among adults 18-34 and up 44% with adults 18-49 compared to ’12.

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Conan O’Brien Endorses Stephen Colbert For ‘Late Show’ Host Gig

By | Saturday April 12, 2014 @ 12:00pm PDT

In an AP video today making its way around the web, latenight talk show host Conan O’Brien gave a warm thumbs up to Stephen Colbert taking over David Letterman’s seat on CBS’ Late Show. “I wasn’t up for it,” said the former Tonight Show host on whether he interviewed for the gig, “I’m very happy where I am. But I love Stephen. Stephen is great. I’m a huge fan of his as a comic and a human being. I think it’s fantastic and I’m really glad he got the job, and I look forward to seeing his show. It’s going to be fantastic.” O’Brien also comments about his hosting gig tomorrow night at the MTV Movie Awards at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. Take a look:

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Conan O’Brien To Broadcast TBS Show From Comic-Con 2015

By | Monday April 7, 2014 @ 2:11pm PDT

comic-con-2013__130716202600__130720233914Talk about planning ahead. He’s hosting the MTV Movie Awards for the first time on April 13 and now Conan O’Brien is climbing another pop culture mountain by heading to Comic-Con next year. The TBS 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Graydon Carter - Arrivalslate night host plans to broadcast his show from July 8 – 12, 2015 when the studios, the networks and hundreds of thousands of the geekest geeks in geekdom all head to San Diego. In the first time a late night show has broadcast from Comic-Con, CONAN will take over the downtown Spreckels Theater. The production closed the deal on the theater today, a source tells me.Additionally, this is the clearest indication that Conan truly isn’t in the running to take over CBS’ Late Show when David Letterman retires next year. While this is the first time a late nigh show has aired from Comic-Con, this won’t be the first time O’Brien has been to the confab. He was down there in 2011 to promote his animated alter ego the “Flaming C “during a panel for the Green Lantern Animated series panel.

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UPDATE: David Letterman Ends An Era, Announcing He Will Retire In 2015

UPDATED THROUGHOUT, 7:35 PM: CBS late-night star David LettermanDavid Letterman Retiring Late Night With David Letterman surprised his studio audience this afternoon when he announced he is retiring in 2015. “The man who owns this network, Leslie Moonves, he and I have had a relationship for years and years and years, and we have had this conversation in the past, and we agreed that we would work together on this circumstance and the timing of this circumstance. And I phoned him just before the program, and I said ‘Leslie, it’s been great, you’ve been great, and the network has been great, but I’m retiring,’” Letterman told his Ed Sullivan Theatre crowd, who reacted with stunned silence. According to sources with knowledge of the situation, Letterman only notified Moonves this morning.

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LA Mayor Urges CBS To Bring Letterman Successor’s Show To West Coast

President Obama Announces First Five "Promise Zones" To Battle PovertyBurbank may have recently lost NBC’s The Tonight Show to NYC after 40 years, but LA’s mayor now wants CBS to make the City of Angels the home of the replacement to Late Show With David Letterman. In a letter today to CBS boss Les Moonves after David Letterman announced that he will retire next year, Mayor Eric Garcetti urged him “to bring CBS’ next late night show to our city.” With shows and features deserting LA in droves in the past decade, Garcetti has made stabilizing and increasing film & TV production in the city a TCA Summer Press Tour 2013top priority for his still fairly new administration. The mayor created a Film Czar office and has been advocating an expansion of California’s current $100 million Film and TV Tax Credit program. Having said that, LA still has some late-night skin in the game with Letterman’s lead-out Craig Ferguson, Conan O’Brien’s TBS show, Arsenio Hall, and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live, but getting CBS to set down more post-primetime roots here would be a real though unlikely coup for the city post-Letterman. Here is Garcetti’s full letter to Moonves:

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Chelsea Handler Eyes Exit From E!

By | Sunday March 30, 2014 @ 2:15pm PDT
Nellie Andreeva

chelsea_lately-showWhen powerful music manager Irving Azoff in October joined the team of comedian/talk show host Chelsea Handler, the announcement stated the duo’s intentions. “The host of E!’s top-rated late night show, Chelsea Lately, Handler is busy positioning herself for life after her current contract expires at the end of 2014,” it read. That “positioning” has featured exploratory meetings with production companies and other cable networks. It also has included pointed comments dropped by Handler about her dissatisfaction with E!, recently referring to the network a “a sad, sad place to live” and “a failure” on The Howard Stern Show. Now, after weeks of speculation that the Handler was plotting an exit, Azoff has told The Hollywood Reporter that Handler indeed “intends to leave” when her contract expires at the end of the year. Theoretically, that could be posturing, which is part of any renegotiation where the stakes are this high, but given the fact that Handler specifically hired Asoff to plan her life post-E! and that the rift between the her and E! appears to run pretty deep, the intention appears to be real. That has been confirmed by sources.

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‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Keeps Loyal Leno Guest Arnold Schwarzenegger

By | Tuesday March 25, 2014 @ 6:38pm PDT
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schwarzennegerlenoThere are few other celebrities that are more closely associated with The Tonight Show With Jay Leno than Arnold Schwarzenegger. One of Leno’s favorite guests, Schwarzenegger visited the show a whopping 27 times. He even broke every rule in politics by announcing his run for Governor of California on Leno’s late-night talker. Schwarzenegger’s loyalty to Leno went beyond The Tonight Show — he also guested twice on Leno’s short-lived primetime NBC talk show. From 1985-91, Schwarzenegger frequented NBC’s Late Night With David Letterman, making three appearances there before Leno took over The Tonight Show. It’s been all-Leno since — 29 visits with him vs. one each on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Late Night With Conan O’Brien when it visited Los Angeles, Jimmy Kimmel Live and The Daily Show zero on David Letterman’s CBS show, O’Brien’s Tonight Show or CBS’ Craig Ferguson.

With Leno gone, Schwarzenegger was up for grabs, especially with The Tonight Show moving to New York. Schwarzenegger is the quintessential Californian, from his humble immigrant beginnings as a bodybuilder on Venice Beach to becoming a Hollywood star to serving as Governor of California. With Leno gone, Kimmel, whom Schwarzenegger visited five years ago, became the top late-night draw in Los Angeles. But in his first late-night appearance following Leno’s departure, Leno stuck with The Tonight Show, in its new New York locale and with its new host, Fallon. That is a pretty big coup … Read More »

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Jimmy Fallon Continues To Rule Late-Night; Travel And ‘Trouble’ Become Jimmy Kimmel

Tonight Show Jimmy Fallon logoNBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon continues to handily dominate late-night in overall audience, last week clocking 4.26 million viewers to Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s 2.83 million on ABC and David Letterman’s 2.78 million on CBS. In the demo, Fallon (1.32/6) beat Kimmel and Dave combined (0.76/3 and 0.55/2, respectively). Fallon hung on to 99% of his previous week’s demo and was up 81% compared to same week last year when Leno was hosting and was No. 1 and doing just fine in the ratings. That’s good news for Tonight Show as it’s still seeking its new normal, four weeks into its new era with new host Fallon. Under the heading “Not So Good”:  Fallon’s 1.32 demo rating came in short of Conan O’Brien’s Week 4 demo rating of 1.4; Fallon’s overall crowd is about 569,000 viewers ahead of Conan’s Week 4.

Kimmel EsquireKimmel put up a stiff fight for the spotlight last week, broadcasting from Austin to coincide with SXSW. That was followed by the release of the latest Esquire magazine, in which Kimmel is featured as “Mr. James Kimmel, Troublemaker.” While in Austin, Kimmel logged a third consecutive week of growth in total viewers (2.830 million vs. 2.744 million the previous week) and the demo (0.76 compared to previous week’s 0.73) which are his best stats since November. Kimmel’s camp noted JKL clocked gains over the same week last year, though same week last year Kimmel was not only not traveling — viewers love traveling late-night hosts — he was in repeats.  Kimmel also aired an original on Friday last week — a night on which he often airs encores. It was, in fact, the first Friday that Kimmel’s show has aired an original since Fallon debuted as Tonight Show host the week of  February 17.   “JKL’s” final telecast from Austin on Friday, featuring Willie Nelson, Lil Wayne and Los Lonely Boys, snagged 3.457 million viewers — its third most-watched broadcast ever, behind only the Matt Damon takeover episode on January 24 of ’13 and the return of ‘Scandal Thursdays’ this past February 27. Read More »

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EMMYS: ‘Tonight Show’ With Hosts Jay Leno & Jimmy Fallon Both Submitted For Consideration

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Tonight Show Emmys Jimmy Fallon Jay LenoWith NBC’s The Tonight Show making a transition from host Jay Leno to Jimmy Fallon midway through the season, both versions are eligible for Primetime Emmys. The same goes for Late Night and its incarnations hosted by Fallon and Seth Meyers. I’ve learned that both The Tonight Show With Jay Leno Emmyslogo_newand The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon are being submitted by NBC along with Late Night With Seth Meyers, Last Call With Carson Daly and the network’s venerable late-night sketch comedy series Saturday Night Live. NBC was in a similar situation during the 2009-2010 season when both The Tonight Show With Conan O’Brien, which aired through January, and Tonight Show With Jay Leno, which succeeded it, were submitted (O’Brien landed a nomination). Given the fact that Fallon just moved into Tonight Show and is looking to establish himself as host, it makes sense for him only to be submitted for that show. For Leno, this could be the last time he is up for a late-night Emmy. His Tonight Show has been nominated 10 times for Best Music, Comedy Or Variety Series, winning once. Fallon and Meyers’ previous shows, Late Night and SNL, also have been nominated in the top variety category. Read More »

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MTV Movie Awards Nominees Unveiled

By | Thursday March 6, 2014 @ 4:00am PST

A pair of flicks that were shut out at the Oscars on Sunday lead the field for the erstwhile music network’s film nods. American Hustle and The Wolf Of Wall Street snagged eight noms apiece for the 23rd MTV Movie Awards. Close behind are The Hunger Games: Catching Fire with seven and MTV Movie AwardsWe’re The Millers with six, including a coveted Best Shirtless Performance nom for Jennifer Aniston. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, Dallas Buyers Club, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, This Is The End and Best Picture champ 12 Years A Slave are next with four apiece. Conan O’Brien will serve as host of this year’s festivities, which air live on April 13 at the Nokia Theatre in L.A. The show — which last year switched from its longtime post-Memorial Day date to April — again relishes is such signature categories as Best Kiss, Best Scared-As-S**T Performance and #WTFMoment, The telecast is exec produced by Jesse Ignjatovic. Here are the nominees: Read More »

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Conan O’Brien To Host MTV Movie Awards

By | Tuesday March 4, 2014 @ 8:22pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

conanmtvComedian/late-night talk show host Conan O’Brien, who has hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards, is now taking on emcee duties for the 2014 MTV Movie Awards. O’Brien will make his MTV hosting debut at the April 13 ceremony at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, which will air live at 9 PM. “After eight years of intense negations, I am honored to announce I am hosting MTV’s second most prestigious awards show,” O’Brien deadpanned. The MTV Movie Awards is staying in April where they moved last year after a long history of airing after Memorial Day. The show, which drew 3.8 million viewers, was hosted by Rebel Wilson, whose ABC comedy series is executive produced by O’Brien. The 2014 MTV Movie Awards is exec produced by Jesse Ignjatovic.

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UPDATE: Jimmy Fallon’s Debut Delivers ‘Tonight Show’s Most-Watched Week In 22 Years In Live + 3 Viewing

By | Thursday February 27, 2014 @ 1:33pm PST
Nellie Andreeva

UPDATE, 1:20 PM: The debut week of NBC’s Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon jumped nearly tonight show fallon logo30% in the demo and just under 2 million viewers overall, now that prelim time period-based affiliate Live + 3 viewing results are in. That first week logged a 3.6 demo rating (compared to its Live + Same day 2.8) and 10.418 million viewers (versus initial 8.493 million). The 10.418 million for Fallon’s week of post-Olympic telecasts is Tonight’s biggest week-long audience in Live + 3 results since before the era of DVR time-shifting. It was last topped during Johnny Carson’s final week hosting Tonight from May 18-22, 1992 (19.453 million). The 3.6 the demo is Tonight’s best week since May 11-15, 1998 (3.7, for the week of the Seinfeld finale).
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UPDATE: ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ Third Night Up Strong From Fallon 2009; ‘Tonight Show’ On Par With Conan 2009, Bests Leno 2010 Return

seth meyers fake or floridaUPDATE, 11:42 AM: Both late-night newcomer Seth Meyers and veteran Jimmy Fallon had a very good Wednesday. With fast nationals in,  Late Night With Seth Meyers pulled in a 0.9 rating among adults 18-49 with a total viewership of 2.659 million. That’s a 28% and 40% rise over the comparable night Fallon had back in 2009 for the third show of his Late Night debut week. Not that Fallon had much to complain about last night: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon drew a 1.7 rating in the key demo with an audience of 5.387 million. That a slight rise over the 1.64 rating in the key demo that Conan O’Brien got on the third show of his second week hosting The Tonight Show. Still, Fallon’s total viewership did beat O’Brien’s 4.088 million on the comparable night by 31%. Last night’s Tonight Show result also tops the 1.27 rating among adults 18-49 with a total viewership of 4.322 million that Jay Leno received for the third show of the second week of his 2010 return. Last night’s Tonight Show was down from the 2.4 rating among 18-49s and 7.274 million viewers that Fallon’s February 19 show had — but then again while last night was on at 11:35 PM not midnight, it didn’t have the Olympics as a near-lead-in. 

PREVIOUS, 7:28 AM It took a couple of days but it looks like NBC’s Late Night With Seth Meyers has found its own footing with the introduction last night of the Fake Or Florida mini-game show segment. The self-explanatory bit wasn’t the only thing working for Meyers at 12:35 AM last night.
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UPDATE: ‘Late Night With Seth Meyers’ 2nd Night Ratings On Par With 2009 Fallon, ‘Tonight Show’ Tops Comparable Conan & Leno’s 2010 Return

seth meyers late night kanye westUPDATE, 11:24 AM: Looks like Seth Meyers is virtually right where Jimmy Fallon was on Late Night. Fast nationals have last night’s second show of Late Night With Seth Meyers getting a 1.1 rating among adults 18-49. While a 21% drop from his debut the night before, Meyers is basically on par with the 1.0 result among the key demo that Fallon pulled in for his second night hosting Late Night on March 3, 2009. However when it comes to total viewers Meyers is just a bit ahead of Fallon with 2.722 million viewers to his predecessor’s audience of 2.507 million on the comparable night 5 years ago. As for Fallon himself, the second show of his second week hosting The Tonight Show garnered a 1.9 rating among the 18-49s and 5.636 million viewers. A 9% dip from February 24′s show and down 17% ratings-wise from Fallon’s Olympics fueled second show of February 18, last night’s Tonight Show still topped the 1.46 rating and 3.469 million viewers of the second show of the second week of Conan O’Brien hosting the show back on June 9, 2009. Last night’s The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon also beat the 1.10 rating among the key demo and the 4.218 million viewers that Jay Leno’s March 9, 2010 show got – that was the second show of the second week of Leno’s return to hosting The Tonight Show.

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Jimmy Fallon Sticks With His Strengths For Hit ‘Tonight Show’ Debut: Video

Fallon DeskOne week in, Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show looks a lot like Jimmy Fallon’s old Late Night – and people couldn’t be happier.

Biggest difference happened on Monday night when Fallon did two opening monologues – the first in which he introduced himself and set up the show’s storyline for the next (NBC hopes) 20 years or so, trying to put at ease the many Jay Leno viewers who heard Jay say he’s good with being shown the door while still No. 1 in the ratings, but who may not feel so hot about it themselves. That night, Fallon described himself as a guy who grew up in a small town and lives with his “beautiful wife” and six-month old daughter Winnie who he loves so much.  He noted his announcer Steve Higgins is from Iowa and lives with his wife and great kids, and that his band The Roots, had backed up Tony Bennett.

Not coincidentally, Fallon’s opening mirrored Leno’s Tonight Show finale in many ways. Both men’s shows included a parade of celebrities paying tribute to the host (weirdly, Kim Kardashian appeared in both parades, though it may not be so odd, what with her Keeping Up with the Kardashians being produced by Ryan Seacrest — an important member of the NBC-parent Comcast family).  Jay Leno ended his final broadcast talking about losing his mother and father in the first year he hosted the program; Fallon began his tenure on Tonight with a wave to his mom and dad in the audience, saying how happy he was they are still around, and telling them he hoped they were proud of him, adding “thanks for being there, you guys, I love you.” Read More »

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‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Gets Ratings Bump With Guest Michelle Obama

Nellie Andreeva

Michelle-ObamaAs expected, the visit by First Lady Michelle Obama gave The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon a bump, with the broadcast drawing a 5.3 household rating in the metered markets, up a tenth from Wednesday. In comparison, both Conan O’Brien and Jay Leno saw their ratings steadily decline every night during their first week starting/returning to The Tonight Show in 2009/2010. What’s more, Fallon’s ratings have been steady after the second-night drop from the 7.1 for the premiere: 5.3, 5.2, 5.3. Interestingly, Fallon accomplished a similar feat during the premiere week of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, with his Thursday household rating (2.0) rising from Wednesday (1.8) to match the Tuesday performance. Tonight once again dwarfed the late-night broadcast competition, though ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live (2.0 in households) was up 25% from Wednesday with the “Wolf in Sochi” hoax, while CBS’ Late Show With David Letterman (2.0) was down 9%. In the markets with Local People Meters, Fallon averaged a 2.4 rating in adults 18-49, up from both Wednesday (2.2) and Tuesday (2.3) to post the highest demo result since the premiere (3.4). The show’s highlight was a Saturday Night Live-style skit featuring Fallon, and guests Obama and Will Ferrell:

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UPDATE: Jimmy Kimmel Posts Wolf Video on U.S. Luger Kate Hansen’s Twitter Account

By | Thursday February 20, 2014 @ 9:05pm PST

Jimmy_Kimmel_2__120821183214__121218202346-200x156 (1)UPDATE: 8:45 PM: Jimmy Kimmel revealed on his ABC late-night program tonight that the video of a wolf  posted to YouTube by U.S. luger Kate Hansen with the message “I’m pretty sure this is a wolf wandering my hall in Sochi” was in fact a wolf in Los Angeles walking down a replica of the hall outside Hansen’s Sochi hotel room. Hansen agreed to let Kimmel’s people take over her Twitter account to post the video, he said. Like the last time Kimmel punked the media with his fake twerk-fail video, he ran clips of various news outlets he’d fooled — many of them ruminating as to whether the animal actually was a wolf, a husky, a malamute, or a mutt. Kimmel showed the rest of the video, in which he is seen skiing down the hallway, calling out the name “Garfield” and asking, “Have you seen my wolf?” Kimmel then interviewed Hansen via Skype, who said “there was a little more backlash” at the hotel than she’d anticipated, including security staff who, she said, were “freaking out” after word of the video got around. “It kind of went a little crazy here,” she said. The animal is a “timber wolf mix,” its handler said, believed to be 80%-90% wolf, though she was not certain, and is named Rugby. Read More »

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UPDATE: Night 3 Of Jimmy Fallon’s ‘The Tonight Show’ Hits 10-Year High For Wednesday Viewers

By and | Thursday February 20, 2014 @ 11:20am PST

Jimmy-Fallon-Bradley-Cooper-Charades-VideoUPDATE, 11:20 AM: Jimmy Fallon‘s first Wednesday as host of The Tonight Show may be one he will long remember. Certainly NBC will because with 7.274 million viewers, it marks the highest Wednesday Tonight Show has done in more than 10 years. The last time the late-night franchise had a Wednesday that good was on February 2, 2004, when 7.69 million tuned in. Also Fallon pulled off the rare trick of actually going up in the adults 18-49 demo from his second night to third night. Nielsen has last night’s show drawing a 2.4 rating. That’s better than the 2.0 of Conan O’Brien’s third night of his Tonight Show gig on June 3, 2009 , and it’s a 4% rise from the 2.3 result in the demo Fallon got Tuesday. A rise, however slight, is a feat that neither O’Brien nor Leno could pull off. Both O’Brien in 2009 and Leno in his 2010 return saw their demo ratings dip from night 2 to night 3. O’Brien was down from the 2.3 of his Night 2, while Leno slipped from a 1.6 on March 2, 2010 to a 1.5 on March 3 of that year. Read More »

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UPDATE: ‘Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ Second Night Viewership Beats Conan O’Brien’s 2009 Night Two

By | Wednesday February 19, 2014 @ 11:08am PST

fallon night 2UPDATE, 11:08AM:  Looks like Jimmy Fallon’s second night hosting The Tonight Show and Conan O’Brien’s second night in 2009 doing the same are tied among the key demo but wide apart in terms of audience. Fast nationals have both broadcasts drawing a 2.3 rating among adults 18-49 for NBC. However in terms of viewership the two aren’t at all close. On his second night on June 2, 2009, O’Brien had 6.15 million viewers while Fallon’s midnight show pulled in 7.366 million last night. Now granted, Fallon had the Olympics providing a bit of bump, though their numbers were down last night, but still that is the best Tuesday audience The Tonight Show has had since the 7.44 million who watched the day after Christmas in 2000. The 18-49 result is the best the late night show has done on a Tuesday since the 2.5 of December 13, 2005.

PREVIOUS, 7:03AM: The second night of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon brought sturdy ratings to NBC and outperformed Night 2 of Conan O’Brien‘s stint in 2009. In overnight metered-markets ratings, Fallon Night 2 drew a 5.3/15 result. While that’s unsurprisingly down from the strong 7.1/17 result the host pulled for his first show, which started at midnight like last night’s did, it did beat O’Brien’s second night hosting The Tonight Show by 5%.  However percentagewise, the drop was much more than what Jay Leno experienced on the second night of his return to The Tonight Show in 2010. Leno was down 14% from Night 1 to Night 2 while Fallon fell 25%. With guests Jerry Seinfeld, former fellow SNLer Kristen Wiig (who came on dressed as One Direction singer Harry Styles) and Lady Gaga, Tonight followed local news and NBC’s tape delayed Olympics primetime coverage of the Sochi Winter Games – which were down Tuesday with a 12.0/19 metered market rating from Monday’s 14.6/22.

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