December\'s sporting finals helped Irish TV to 47% of the TV audience. Down 5% from November 2020 and up 10% from December 2019. RTÉ\'s average share of the audience was down 2% month-on-month, on an annual basis it was up 13% in December 2020. Virgin Media was down 11% month-on-month, but it was up 9% year-on-year.\r\n
COVID-19, Election 2020, The Toy Show, Drama and Sport bring in the viewers over 2020. The top 50 list of most watch shows on Irish TV show a mixture of everything from Drama to Factual and from Comedy to Covid. The Late Late Toy Show as expected to the top spot with 1.7m viewers tuning into the annual entertainment Christmas show with Ryan Tubrity. RTÉ took 43 of the top place with their rival Virgin Media Television taking 7. Virgin Media\'s top show was ITV I\'m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here with 639,900 viewers. RTÉ2\'s top programme was The GAA Football Final with 876,600. The only other shows to get over a million viewers was An Taoiseach speech from Washington announcing COVID measure on St. Patrick\'s Day, the RTÉ 9 O\'Clock News that night and as the news in the rise of COVID numbers at the end of the year RTÉ\'s 6.1 was watch by over a million viewers on December 30th.
November\'s Late Late Toy Show, I\'m a Celebrity and Sports coverage have all help Irish TV achieve a 50% share of the audience. The return of sporting fixtures since October has result in a boom for Irish Broadcasters. 49.65% of viewers tuned to Irish Broadcasters in November 2020, the continued increase in audience from October\'s 48.48% share, the highest audience achieved by Irish broadcasters in the last 6 years. RTÉ\'s average share of the audience was up 7% month-on-month, on an annual basis it was up 9% in November 2020. Virgin Media saw no change month-on-month, but it was up 6% year-on-year. Sport, Toys, News and Celebrity all helping the November ratings.