‘Young Rock’ has the largest audience in years for NBC comedy

The “Young Rock” series attracted the largest audience of the 14 comedies that have appeared on NBC since 2017.

The biographical look at various chapters by professional footballer turned the life of actor Dwayne Johnson to an average of 5.319 million viewers, second in the time 8-8: 30pm Tuesday behind a rerun of drama CBS action “NCIS,” 18th among top-time programs aired between February 15 and Sunday and third among comedians, according to one-day live-plus-one figures released Tuesday by Nielsen.

Also finishing second in his time was the premiere of the NBC comedy “Kenan,” which features Kenan Thompson as the host of an Atlanta morning television program and the widowed father of two daughters. “Kenan” had an average of 4.226 million viewers, 28th for the week and sixth among comedians.

Another highlight of the week on the main broadcast network was the Fox game show “Wild Cherries,” which averaged 1.195 million viewers in “60 Minutes” and finished 110th among broadcast programs.

With CBS not airing original programs of its two most popular television entertainment programs, it has aired at least five programs this season – “NCIS” and “FBI” – the news magazine his “60 Minutes” main winner of the week, gaining an average of 9.555 million viewers.

“The Fairy” followed “60 minutes,” the only other program of the week with over 8 million viewers, receiving an average of 8.125 million.

An element of the NBC “Chicago” franchise had the largest audience for any non-CBS program for the third week in a row, with “Chicago Med” gaining an average of 7.591 million viewers, the fourth for the week.

The “9-1-1” method drama was the highest grossing program for Fox for the fifth week in a row, with an average of 6.85 million viewers, sixth for the week.

“American Idol” was ABC’s biggest draw, for the second time in the two weeks it has been broadcasting this season, with an average of 6.674 million viewers, seventh for the week.

CBS’s “Young Sheldon” was the highest rated comedy, with an average of 7.721 million viewers, third for the week. NBC’s “Chicago PD” won rankings for programs starting at 10pm, gaining an average of 5.879 million viewers, finishing 11th for the week.

CBS was first in the network race for the fifth week in a row and seventh in the 2020-21 22-week television season, gaining an average of 4.59 million viewers for its prime-time programming.

ABC was in second place, gaining an average of 3.87 million viewers, and NBC in third place, gaining an average of 3.49 million. Fox was in fourth place, with an average of 2.62 million viewers. Same order as the previous three weeks.

Fox News Channel’s political talk show “Tucker Carlson Tonight” completed the three-week climb of “The Rachel Maddow Show” as the prime-time cable program, with Wednesday’s program with an average of 3.704 million viewers, 38th -full.

CNN’s town hall with President Joe Biden ranked second among cable programs and 39th overall, receiving an average of 3.66 million.

The termination order among the top three cable networks remained the same for the fourth consecutive week. Fox News Channel was first, getting an average of 2.42 million viewers, MSNBC in second place, getting an average of 1.905 million, and CNN in third place, getting an average of 1.603 million.

“Bridgerton” has added to the list of most viewed shows on the four streaming services and their figures have been released to the public by Nielsen for the second week in a row and the third time in four weeks.

Viewers watched 1.061 billion minutes of eight-time Netflix steam drama between Jan. 18-24, the fifth time in his five weeks of release he has reached the 1 billion minute mark. Viewers were down 23.4% from the 1.386 billion minutes seen the previous week.

With an additional 12 incidents available, “Criminal Minds” jumped two views to a second, with viewers watching 939 million minutes of 297 programs of CBS 2005-20 police procedures, 10.1% more than 853 million minutes seen the week before.

For the second week in a row, all of the Top 10 shows were on Netflix. Nielsen also releases viewing figures for programs streamed on Disney +, Hulu and Amazon Prime Video.