‘The Blacklist’ is NBC’s Top New Drama in L+3 / L+7 Total Viewers Through Three Weeks Since 1999

The Blacklist Episode 2

via press note:

L+3 / L+7 UPDATE:
  • With 16.808 million viewers overall through its first three weeks in “most current” results that combine “live plus three day” Nielsens with “live plus seven day,” “The Blacklist” is NBC’s top new drama through three regular telecasts in 14 years (since “Providence” averaged 16.9 million viewers through three weeks in early 1999; regularly scheduled telecasts only, excludes specials and previews).
  • It’s NBC’s top new fall series of any sort through three regular telecasts in 12 years (since “Inside Schwartz averaged 19.4 million viewers with a “Friends” lead-in in the fall of 2001).
  • Excluding “spin-off” series, “The Blacklist’s” 16.8 million makes it the top new non-spinoff scripted program on the broadcast networks through three regular telecasts in total viewers in seven years (since CBS’s “The Unit” averaged 17.5 million viewers in the spring of 2006).
NOTE: Three-week “most current” figures for “The Blacklist” are averages of “live plus seven day” data for week one and “live plus three day” ratings for the two most recent weeks, while all other “most current” figures are “live plus seven day” for all three weeks.
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