Outwit. Outplay. Outlast. Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains claims the night
nationally on a very competitive evening of primetime

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TORONTO, March 5 /CNW/ - The drama is definitely heating up on Survivor: Heroes Vs Villains. The show won the night nationally and across the key markets with 2.9 million (Ind. 2+) Canadians tuning in to Global, the highest audience for the series this season. Survivor continues to be a leader in the competitive Thursday primetime landscape, even beating a special episode of American Idol head-to-head.

    -   Won the night nationally and in the three key markets for Ind. 2+ and
    -   1.5 million viewers in the key Adults 18-49 demo
    -   Going head-to-head, Survivor nationally garnered 86% more audience
        A18-49 than CTV's American Idol; 35% more audience 2+
    -   Survivor beat out the closest competitor of the night CTV's Grey's
        Anatomy nationally with 39% more viewers in the A18-49 demo; 28% more
        viewers 2+

    March 4th (A18-49)                NATIONAL   TORONTO  VANCOUVER  CALGARY
    SURVIVOR (8-9p)        Global    1,536,000   327,900   107,000    81,700
     SPECIAL (8p)          CTV         826,200   176,000   102,500    27,100
    COMMUNITY (8p)         CityTV      124,500    88,600     1,600     4,200
    PARKS & REC (8:30p)    CityTV      125,000    65,900     6,200     3,400
     DOC ZONE (CAL.)       CBC         171,500    25,500    16,500     9,100

Viewers who missed last night's episode can log onto GlobalTV.com to catch up at anytime on their favourite returning Survivor all-stars.

Survivor continues next week with an all-new one-hour episode Thursday - 8pm ET/PT.

March 11 Episode: "Knights of the Round Table" - An important hierarchy is established between a pair of conniving allies and a plan is hatched to oust one of the strongest and most prominent players in the game.

Source: All data, as of August 31st 2009, BBM Canada PPM Overnight Data based on Adults 18-49 unless otherwise indicated.

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For further information: For further information: Media Contact: Grace Park, Global Television, (416) 967-2484, gpark@globaltv.com

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