2019 CMT Music Awards Brings In 2.7 Million Viewers

The 2019 CMT Music Awards scored 2.7 million total viewers live + same day, a 29 percent increase from last year.

Ratings for the show were P18-49 = 1.24, up 49 percent and driven by the addition of MTV and its suite of brands. Looking at the same networks year-over-year (CMT, Paramount, TVLand) without MTV’s suite of brands, the show was up 8 percent P25-54 (1.15), and flat with total viewers. A near 60 percent increase was seen with P18-34 = .99 compared to .63 last year.

Social numbers through noon June 6 grew from the prior year by 150 percent, marking the No. 1 most social primetime program across broadcast and cable for the night, and the most in CMT Music Awards history.

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