The Alan Young Show was a U.S. television program aired on CBS from April 6, 1950 to June 21, 1953. Alan Young Show was watched by a total number of 18,458,800 people (35.8% rating, up +56% from last season) per episode, as of the average seasonal audience measurement for the period ending .
Demographic breakdown of the most recent historical ratings of The Alan Young Show on CBS as of Saturday, May 31, 1952.
|Alan Young Show Fortnightly Ratings|
|4||NCAA Basketball Championship||6,134,000||-44%|
|8||Bob Hearts Abishola||5,090,000||+2%|
|10||East New York||4,745,000||+14%|
|12||NCAA Basketball Championship Bridge||4,283,000||-36%|
|13||Evening News with Norah O’Donnell||4,098,000||-16%|
|14||NCIS: Los Angeles||3,950,000||+32%|
|16||FBI: Most Wanted||3,045,000||-41%|
|17||Face the Nation||2,985,000||+17%|
|18||48 Hours Presents||2,962,000|
|22||Late Show with Stephen Colbert||2,094,000|
|26||Late Late Show with James Corden||753,000||+3%|