Ratings: Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story

From a media release:

KEEP YOUR HEAD UP, KID: THE DON CHERRY STORY GETS FIRST STAR RATINGS ON CBC TELEVISION

From journeyman minor league hockey player to broadcasting legend, KEEP YOUR HEAD UP, KID: THE DON CHERRY STORY, the two-part biopic scored a massive hit for CBC Television. More than 1.38 million viewers tuned in for the series debut episode on Sunday, March 28 and an additional 1.27 million watched last night’s finale of this unlikely Canadian love story. Viewership peaked at 1.83 million.

KEEP YOUR HEAD UP, KID: THE DON CHERRY STORY is the brainchild of Cherry’s son Tim Cherry, who is the writer and executive producer. Directed by Jeff Woolnough, produced by Shawn Watson and executive produced by Laszlo Barna, Wayne Thompson and Jamie Brown. It is an E1 Entertainment, 5 for Fighting and Frantic Films production in association with CBC Television.

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3 thoughts on “Ratings: Keep Your Head Up, Kid: The Don Cherry Story”

  1. *facepalm*
    People, flipping through channels on their satellite or cable DO NOT COUNT for ratings. The actual number of people who watched this is still high – but probably around the 50’000 mark max. Not up to 1.83 million. HAHA!

  2. I wish this would show in the Boston market. Cherry is still a cult-like figure here, from his stint coaching the Bruins.

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