"Saturday Night Live" saw yuge ratings Saturday night with President Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin as host.
The NBC comedy series, which Baldwin was hosting for a record 17th time, brought in a 7.2 overnight rating, according to NBC. That is the show's highest overnight rating since 2011.
Baldwin, who again played Trump, brought in a bigger rating than the real thing. When Trump hosted the show as a presidential candidate in November 2015, the episode brought in a 6.6 overnight rating.
To calculate overnight ratings, Nielsen takes the percentage of households watching in 56 US markets and comes up with an average -- in this case, the 7.2 means that 7.2% of households in these 56 markets tuned into the show Saturday night. Overnight ratings are preliminary numbers, and are subject to change as final viewership figures are calculated.
Saturday's episode gave Baldwin's Trump his day in court over his travel ban, which has been blocked by federal courts. The twist? it was "The People's Court."
"SNL" also brought back Melissa McCarthy as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer after her popular sketch in the role last weekend.
Opening the show, McCarthy's Spicer ate a giant piece of red gum and rode the press briefing room's podium right into the White House press corps.
Trump has attacked the series and Baldwin's impersonation on Twitter throughout the season saying that the actor's "portrayal stinks" and that it's "time to retire the boring and unfunny show."
But the show is actually in the midst of a viewership revival this season, its 42nd.
"SNL" is averaging 7.4 million viewers an episode, according to NBC. Add in those who watch within a week and that number jumps to 10.6 million, the show's biggest audience in 22 years.