Julie Chen Hosts The 'BB19' Cast This Summer

‘Big Brother 19’ Ratings: Viewers Turning ‘BB19’ Cast Into TV Gold, Veto Results Will Continue Trend

Big Brother 19 ratings have already been quite good for the reality competition show. Viewers are enjoying the BB19 cast so far and are turning the show into a winner for CBS this summer. A report from TV By The Numbers just stated that an estimated 6.01 million viewers tuned in for the July 6 episode, easily winning the timeslot for the network.

These Big Brother 19 ratings look even better when examining the key demographic of viewers aged 18-49. The Thursday episode drew a 1.9 rating and an eight share for the 9 p.m. timeslot. That was the best number for any show, at any time on July 6. That bodes well for a reality competition show and proves that viewers are definitely interested in seeing what the BB19 cast will do next.

“Big Brother improved its ratings for the second straight show, scoring a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49 on Thursday night. That’s its best mark of the still-young season, and it helped CBS to a ratings win for the evening.”

If the latest Big Brother 19 spoilers are any indication of what will be coming on the Sunday episode (July 9), then viewers are certainly going to be in for a lot of excitement. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, the results of the latest Head of Household Competition are going to provide a lot of great footage for CBS. They will also reveal the Week 2 nominations in the one-hour episode.

The BB19 cast did a lot to spur buzz on social media before the season premiere even aired on June 28. That included the rumors that a houseguest had already been evicted from the game. It would later get revealed that Megan Lowder had decided to self-evict after she had a hard time dealing with the other houseguests. The return of Paul Abrahamian from Big Brother 18 also gave the show a bit of momentum for the first few episodes.

It appears that CBS will continue to have a winner on its hands with the summer 2017 installment of Big Brother. The show will run on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays every week, with additional footage provided by Big Brother:After Dark and on the CBS live feeds. On July 9 they will reveal the latest HOH and Week 2 nominations, on July 12 the Veto results will be the star, and then on July 13, another eviction will take place. At this point, it seems like the next revelation of the Big Brother 19 ratings will include another viewership bump.

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