Week 21 of the 1972-1973 season started on Monday, January 29th, 1973 and ended on Sunday, February 4th, 1973. The highest-rated program was All in the Family on CBS with a 34.7/54 Nielsen rating/share. Here are the 10 lowest-rated programs:
|55||Touch of Grace||ABC||12.6/20|
|60||“Much Ado” Special||CBS||9.5/17|
|61||Hawaiian Open Golf||ABC||9.0/19|
|63||Conversation With Kissinger||CBS||7.7/11|
|64||Here We Go Again||ABC||6.7/10|
For the record, program titles are written exactly the way they were published in 1973.
“CBS aired “Conversation with Henry Kissinger” from 9-10PM ET on Thursday, February 1st. “LBJ: The Last Interview” followed from 10-11PM ET. The network aired a three-hour production of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing from 8-11PM ET on Friday, February 2nd. Sponsored by IBM, the only commercials came between each of the five acts.
“Bunkers Bury Bard in New Nielsens.” Los Angeles Times. 15 Feb. 1973: H22.