CNBC Documentary On UFC Draws Big Ratings Last Week


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Monday, Dec 17

“Blood Sport to Big Time” Brings Big Time Ratings

CNBC's documentary “Ultimate Fighting: From Blood Sport to Big Time” premiered last Thursday at 10pmET, and was the highest rated first airing of a documentary ever on CNBC in the A25-54 demo. It was the highest premiere in total households since the July documentary “Big Mac: Inside the McDonald's Empire.”

The 10pmET original broadcast rated at 221,000 in the A25-54 demo and 320,000 for total households. The documentary also scored well in its repeat at 1amET, with 120,000 in demo and 147,000 in households.


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