‘The Big Bang Theory’ Sets Time-Shifting Ratings Record With Sheldon-Amy Romance

Variety: The most recent episode of CBS comedy “The Big Bang Theory,” in which Sheldon and Amy consummated their relationship, has set a ratings record when it comes to time-shifted viewing.

According to Nielsen, 7.18 million viewers caught up with the Dec. 17 episode of television’s No. 1 comedy in the seven days after its premiere. It had averaged 17.25 million viewers in same-day viewership, and the time-shifted lift via VOD and DVR playback brings its total to 24.43 million — eclipsing the show’s season premiere (23.73 million) to stand as the television season’s most-watched scripted telecast in “live plus-7.”

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