“of which is usually Us” may make its fans cry, however the item’s also generating the bosses at NBC smile.
The season two premiere of the hit drama starring Mandy Moore along with Sterling K. Brown brought in a 3.9 rating among adults 18 to 49 years old — the key demographic favored by advertisers — along with 12.9 million viewers overall.
Those are series records in both overall viewership along with the demo generating Tuesday night’s episode the most watched in series history.
of which also amounts to a 39% bump from the demo along that has a 29% jump in viewership over season one’s debut episode.
The series was nominated for several Emmys, including Outstanding Drama Series. Brown, who plays the adult Randall on the show, took home the trophy for Outstanding Lead Actor earlier of which month.
The NBC hit is usually just one of several shows of which premiered of which week with solid numbers.
About 17.6 million viewers on Monday night tuned in for the eleventh season premiere of the “Big Bang Theory” on CBS. Its spin-off “Young Sheldon” had an impressive 17.2 million viewers tuning in.
ABC’s completely new medical drama, “The Great Doctor,” opened with 11.2 million on Monday following a steady start by “Dancing with the Stars.”
CBS’ “NCIS” was the most-watched show on Tuesday night with 13.1 million viewers. However, of which was a drop coming from 15.9 in last season’s premiere.
CNNMoney (completely new York) First published September 27, 2017: 1:35 PM ET