From top: Tom Cullen gets surprised by his nanny Pat; Sophie Barnes Aabo receives tickets to see School of Rock the musical in London; Sophia Maher discusses haircuts and bullying; Lee Cooling is reunited with his sister who lives in Australia
The Late Late Toy Show figures are in.
Jennifer O’Brien writes:
The Frozen themed spectacular, was watched by an average audience of 1.35 million live on the night, a 76 per cent share of the audience watching television at the time.
The live show had a reach of 1,871,500 viewers who tuned in for a minute or more of the broadcast…
A further 134,000 viewers watched the show on Saturday afternoon on RTÉ One.
On the RTÉ Player, there were a total of 233,000 streams to The Late Late Toy Show from Friday to Sunday .
These streams came from 100 different countries, including Estonia, Kuwait and Honduras.
This was an increase of 8% compared to the same time period in 2018. The first broadcast of The Late Late Toy Show with Irish Sign Language received an overwhelmingly positive response from both ISL users and hearing audiences alike, with over 28,000 streams.
This year’s show was widely lauded on social media with #LateLateToyShow trending number one worldwide on Twitter on Friday night and trending in Ireland across the weekend.
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