Saturday's multi-network special also raised more than $100 million to support front-line coronavirus workers.
Saturday's One World: Together at Home concert special and fundraiser drew a big audience — and raised a lot of money. The multi-network effort, hosted by Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel, raised some $127 million to support front-line workers battling the novel coronavirus pandemic.
It also drew a much larger audience than usually tunes into primetime TV on a Saturday night. Across four broadcast networks — ABC, CBS, NBC and The CW — along with a host of cable outlets, the two-hour Together at Home drew 20.74 million viewers in the U.S. It is the biggest audience for any Saturday-night program, excluding the NFL playoffs, this season.