Late night wins! After a week of exciting guest hosts such as Harry Styles and Jeff Goldblum, The Late Late Show with James Corden earns the No. 1 position with a rise ratio of 98.4%. Not to be outdone, ABC talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live (No. 2), also makes the grade; trailing close behind with runner-up placement. Meanwhile, new series pave the way as December Netflix releases, Virgin River (No. 3) and Home for Christmas (No. 6), climb into the top 10, and the recent premiere of The L Word: Generation Q, snags the No. 4 slot.
With new shows like Katy Keene, 9-1-1: Lone Star, and Star Trek: Picard on the way, plus, returning favorites like Sex Education, Homeland, and Outlander -- What will the make our report in the new year? All will be revealed in 2020!
DID YOU KNOW? The most-tracked late night show in TV Time isn’t The Late Late Show or Jimmy Kimmel Live … The No. 1 title actually belongs to Last Week Tonight with John Oliver!
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Note: The network displayed is the network where the show first aired (e.g. “Friends” on NBC).
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