Delayed-Viewing Ratings: ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Catches Up to ‘AGT,’ VMAs Grow 22% (Chart)

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Last Monday’s “Bachelor in Paradise” has officially caught up with the following evening’s “America’s Got Talent,” thanks to delayed-viewing TV ratings.

Those two unscripted broadcast competitions now boast a 1.6 rating each among adults 18-49, the most-coveted demographic for advertisers on entertainment programming, according to Nielsen’s Live + 3 Day measurement. Inclusive of the 72 hours following their respective telecasts, “AGT” nearly doubles “Bachelor in Paradise” in total viewers, with 10.5 million compared with 5.6 million.

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Tony Maglio

Tony Maglio

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