INTELLIGENCE Plugs Into 1.9 Million Viewers on CTV as Canada's Biggest Midseason Debut in Two Years

INTELLIGENCE Plugs Into 1.9 Million Viewers on CTV as Canada's Biggest 
Midseason Debut in Two Years 
- CTV owns timeslot nationally with second most-watched program Tuesday -
- INTELLIGENCE moves to regular Mondays at 10 p.m. timeslot January 13 - 
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TORONTO, Jan. 8, 2014 /CNW/ - CTV's new high-tech international espionage 
thriller INTELLIGENCE plugged into Canada's collective consciousness last 
night with 1.9 million viewers, making it the biggest midseason debut in two 
years. Starring fan favourite Josh Holloway (LOST), INTELLIGENCE debuted as 
the #2 program of the night, winning its timeslot with one-and-a-half times 
more viewers than Global, City, and CBC combined. An encore of the sneak peek 
premiere airs Friday, Jan. 10 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV before moving to its 
regular Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT timeslot next week. The episode is available 
now on demand at and the CTV GO app. 
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A closer look at last night's BBM Canada data reveals: 

    --  The INTELLIGENCE premiere was among the Top 3 debuts of any new
        series this season.
    --  INTELLIGENCE performed particularly well in Toronto and
        Vancouver, with ratings of 5.5 and 4.7 respectively among
    --  Nationally, the episode was #2 for the night with total
        viewers, A25-54 (756,000) and A18-49 (668,000).
    --  Overall, CTV led every hour of core primetime among A18-49 and
        A18-34, and landed the Top 3 programs of the night for A18-34.

Next week, INTELLIGENCE moves to its regular Mondays at 10 p.m. ET/PT timeslot 
beginning Jan. 13 on CTV and CTV GO. In the second episode, titled "Red X", 
CyberCom investigates a terrorist suicide bombing at a U.S. Marine base and 
learns a new, chemically undetectable bomb material is being consumed. 
Meanwhile, Riley (Meghan Ory) is forced to make a drastic decision when she 
finds Gabriel (Josh Holloway) unable to complete a task.

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Source: BBM Canada, overnight vs. overnight

Jacqui Vansickle, CTV, 416.384.5091 
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