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Univision Ranked as the Number Three Broadcast Network Among Adults 18-34 for the Week

From Univision:

Univision Broadcast Prime Highlights - Week of May 19, 2014 to May 25, 2014

* This week, Univision ranked as the #3 broadcast network in all primetime (M-SU) among Adults 18-34, out-delivering FOX and CBS.

* On Monday night, Univision ranked as the #4 broadcast network among Adults 18-34, out-delivering CBS. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 15 programs for both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

* On Tuesday night, Univision ranked as the #3 broadcast network among Adults 18-34 and #4 among Adults 18-49, out-delivering CBS in each demographic. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 15 programs for both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

* On Wednesday night, the final night of May Sweeps, Univision ranked as the #4 broadcast network among Adults 18-34, out-delivering NBC. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 15 programs for both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

* On Thursday night, Univision ranked as the #1 broadcast network among Adults 18-34 and #3 among Adults 18-49, out-delivering ABC and FOX in each demographic. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 15 programs for both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

* On Friday night, Univision ranked as the #1 broadcast network among Adults 18-34 and #2 among Adults 18-49, out-delivering CBS, FOX, and NBC in each demographic. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 10 programs for both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

* On Sunday night, Univision ranked as the #3 broadcast network among both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49, out-delivering CBS and NBC in each demographic. Univision’s entire primetime lineup ranked among the top 20 programs for Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49.

- At 7 p.m., “Aqui y Ahora” (Here and Now) averaged 1.1 Million Total Viewers 2+, 423,000 Adults 18-49, and 142,000 Adults 18-34.

- Airing 8-10:10 p.m., the premiere of “Bailando Por Un Sueño” (Dancing for a Dream) helped Univision rank as the #3 broadcast network in the time period among both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49. The show averaged 1.8 Million Total Viewers 2+, 887,000 Adults 18-49, and 380,000 Adults 18-34.

- Following “Bailando Por Un Sueño,” “Sal y Pimienta” (Salt and Pepper) helped Univision rank as the #2 broadcast network for the 10-11 p.m. hour among Adults 18-34 and #3 among Adults 18-49. “Sal y Pimienta” averaged 1.7 Million Total Viewers 2+, 823,000 Adults 18-49, and 314,000 Adults 18-34.

* Univision’s 8 p.m. telenovela “De Que Te Quiero, Te Quiero” (I Really Do Love You) averaged 2.1 Million Total Viewers 2+, 1.0 Million Adults 18-49, and 465,000 Adults 18-34.

* Univision’s 9 p.m. telenovela “Lo Que La Vida Me Robó” (What Life Took From Me) helped Univision rank as the #3 broadcast network for the hour (M-F) among both Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49. The telenovela averaged 3.6 Million Total Viewers 2+, 1.9 Million Adults 18-49, and 896,000 Adults 18-34.

* Univision’s 10 p.m. telenovela “Qué Pobres Tan Ricos” (The Poor, Rich Family) helped Univision rank as the #2 broadcast network for the hour (M-F) among Adults 18-34 and #3 among Adults 18-49. The telenovela saw growth over the prior week among Total Viewers 2+ (+5% to 2.7 Million), Adults 18-49 (+9% to 1.5 Million), and Adults 18-34 (+10% to 749,000).

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