The new season of “Sports Center” is in the books, and it’s hard to imagine that it hasn’t become a major ratings hit.
In a recent poll, ESPN said that it was seeing an average of 10 million viewers a day from the show, which averaged an average audience of 8.7 million in its first season.
SportsCenter viewers have also seen a significant uptick in the past year.
The network is up 22 percent in viewership compared to last season, and its average viewership is up 18 percent since the beginning of the year.
And that’s just ESPN’s network, with Fox Sports, NBC and CBS also on the rise.
But as the numbers show, “Sports” is not alone.
The ratings of other popular cable channels, such as “UFC,” have seen steady increases in recent years.
In 2016, ESPN had 2.4 million viewers in the demo, up 19 percent from 2015.
ESPN also has a long history of being a prime-time network in the U.S. But now, ESPN is expected to get more exposure on social media as the show begins its second season.
With sports fans eagerly anticipating the premiere of “ESPN’s” new season next week, here are some other highlights from the sports world from this week: The NBA: The New York Knicks, who were once known for being the NBA’s least popular team, are now the league’s most popular team.
The team, which will make its return in 2020, had a record-breaking 30-win season last season.
In the end, the team won the title despite missing the playoffs for the first time since the 1970-71 season.
The Knicks finished with the league best record at 38-9.
The 2017-18 Knicks won the NBA championship, but were eliminated in the first round by the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA Finals.
The NBA is now trying to get the Knicks back in the postseason, which would put them in a position to compete for a playoff spot this season.
ESPN’s Kevin Pelton reported on Thursday that the team will try to get back into the postseason next season, but with a new coach in place and a new owner, the Knicks won’t be in the mix.
This would mark the first championship in New York since 1995, when the Knicks finished second in the Eastern Conference.