Ratings Spike Prompts NBC To Delay Time Slot Change for "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris"

News   Ratings Spike Prompts NBC To Delay Time Slot Change for "Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris"
 
"Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris" premiered Sept. 15 on NBC and is doing so much better than expected in the ratings that network executives have postponed a time-slot change scheduled for next week, according to Deadline Hollywood.

Based on the U.K. series "Saturday Night Takeaway," "Best Time Ever," the show has been airing Tuesday nights at 10 PM following "The Voice." It was scheduled to move to 8 PM Tuesdays starting Sept. 29 to serve as a lead-in for "The Voice." Instead, "Best Time" will stay in its 10 PM slot for at least one more week. The show experienced a 17 percent ratings spike, according to DH, and is currently scheduled to wrap up its first round of new episodes in November.

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10 Tony Awards Hosting Moments Where Neil Patrick Harris Had the "Best Time Ever"

Harris won the 2014 Best Actor in a Musical Tony Award for his performance in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. He has performed on Broadway in Assassins, as well as Cabaret and Proof, and in the New York Philharmonic production of Company.

Harris, who has emceed the Tony Awards four times and the Emmys twice, made his Oscars hosting debut Feb. 22, 2015. He has been honored with four Emmy Awards: three for his acclaimed hosting of the Tony Awards and another for his guest-starring role on "Glee."

Watch a collection of Harris hosting awards shows here.

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