‘SNF’ Wins First Sunday Of 2022 With Vikings-Packers Game; ‘Next Level Chef’ Premiere Tops Non-Sports Titles

NBC Started the new year by winning primetime the first Sunday of 2022.

With primetime scheduling back to normal after a repetitive and special-filled holiday break, Sunday’s usual suspects were back on top. NBC’s coverage Sunday Night Football The Minnesota Vikings–Green Bay Packers game was the highest rated and most viewed event of the night overall. The showdown, which saw the Packers dominate their opponents 37–10, earned an impressive 3.7 demo rating and 14.33 million viewers per fast ally. The numbers are set to increase as they usually do with major live events such as sports games. Sunday’s play begins last week’s Between the Dallas Cowboys-Washington football team.

coming in second overall Fox‘s ot (3.3,12.31M), which provided the premiere of Next Level Chef (1.2, 4.01M) A nice boost. The latest Gordon Ramsay cooking contest was Sunday night’s highest-rated non-sport title. Whereas Next Level Chef to lag behind 60 minutes (0.5,6.84M) In the demo rating, the latter was the most viewed non-sports title on Sunday.

next 60 minutes was on cbs equalizer (0.5, 6.29M), NCIS: Los Angeles (0.4, 5.03M) and powerful kill (0.4,3.67 M).

The evening peaks with a new installment of ABC’s America’s Funniest Home Videos (0.5, 4.31M). network featured later Celebrity Wheel of Fortune (0.4, 3.90M), supermarket sweep (0.4, 2.27M) and cheater (0.3, 2.71 M).

The CW airs repeats Hidden Temple Legends And Penn & Teller: Foolish us.

The First Monday of 2022 Will Be Busy With Primetime Premieres The Bachelor, Cannon, 9-1-1: Lone Star, The Cleaning Lady even more.