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10 million viewers after one week




10 million viewers after one week

The 100th episode of “9-1-1,” which starred Joey Graziadei and Jesse Palmer in a crossover with “The Bachelor,” reached a 0.91 rating among adults 18 to 49 after a week of delayed viewing.

According to Nielsen, this is up from 0.59 on same-day data, which is the show’s best Live+7 rating in the key demo since the Season 6 finale in May 2023. And after integrating its own data from Disney via streams on Hulu and other digital platforms, the 18-49 rating comes in at a 2.2, up from the 2.18 achieved the week before when “9-1-1” reached a season high of 10 .7 million viewers. according to Multiplatform + 7 data.

In total, the crossover drew just under 4.8 million viewers when it aired on April 4, before rising 111% to 10 million viewers, not far behind the record set by the March 28 episode.

According to the most recent data from Nielsen, “9-1-1” is the highest-rated primetime drama of the season among adults 18 to 49.

“9-1-1” was renewed for an eighth season just before the crossover aired. Along with appearances from Graziadei and Palmer, the 100th episode attracted a lot of attention because it was revealed that Buck, played by Oliver Stark, was bisexual. “I think it’s deserved and I think it’s deserved – and I’m glad I get the chance to tell it,” Stark said in an interview with Varietyand later added on his own social media that he “couldn’t be more proud” of the storyline.

In addition to Stark, “9-1-1” also stars Angela Bassett, Peter Krause, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kenneth Choi, Aisha Hinds, Ryan Guzman and Gavin McHugh. The series comes from creators Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and showrunner Tim Minear. 20th Television produces Teley-Vision in association with Ryan Murphy Television and Brad Falchuk. Executive producers include Bassett, Krause, John J. Gray, Brad Buecker, Kristen Reidel, Juan Carlos Coto and Lyndsey Beaulieu.