Tim Tebow, Sinead O'Connor, and Baby Blue
Take a look back at the week in pop culture, using numbers as your guide!
9.8 million Number of viewers for the series finale of Disney’s top series Wizards of Waverly Place on Friday.
$33,732,515 Amount that The Devil Inside earned on opening weekend, despite an “F” CinemaScore grade.
42.8 million Average number of people tuned into the last half-hour of the Broncos/Steelers game, when Tim Tebow threw a game-winning 80 yard pass in overtime.
27 Years it took for “St. Elmo’s Fire” to be re-written as a Tim Tebow anthem.
619,000 Number of viewers for the premiere of MTV’s mixed martial arts docuseries Caged. Ouch.
16 Days Sinead O’Connor was actually married before announcing she’d divorce… the first time.
3.3 million Number of viewers for Kourtney and Kim Take New York on Sunday. Kongratulations, America.
4.2 million Number of viewers for the Season 2 premiere of Downton Abbey on Sunday. Congratulations, America. (I mean it this time!)
48 Hours that Blue Ivy Carter had been alive when she became the youngest person to ever appear on Billboard’s Hot 100 thanks to Jay-Z’s tribute “Glory.”
$1,386,065 Revenue earned during Darren Criss’ first week in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
99.8% Percentage of tickets sold at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre, where How to Succeed is playing.
1.2 million Number of viewers that ABC’s cross-dressing comedy Work It lost in its second week.
5.3 million Number of viewers for the Season 5 premiere of BET’s The Game.
51.6% Percentage of EW.com readers who “love” Robert Pattinson’s new buzz cut.
255 Days since his American Idol elimination that it took Casey Abrams to nab a record deal.
264 Days since his American Idol elimination that it took Stefano Langone to nab a record deal.