FOX 30-Day Multi-Platform Audience Week of October 7: 'New Girl' Grows 109 Percent

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November 15th, 2013

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via press release:

Below are the FOX Multi-Platform audience totals for originals that aired during the week of 10/7/13.  Key highlights:

  • NEW GIRL episode “The Captain” saw a whopping +109% post-same day lift after 30 days.  In fact, nearly a quarter (24%) of its total audience over those first 30 days came from VOD viewing and streaming!


  • In its fourth week, SLEEPY HOLLOW once again nearly doubled its Live + Same Day total audience and generated the biggest absolute gain (2.5 million viewers) from VOD and streaming of any FOX show that week.


  • BROOKLYN NINE-NINE (+93%) and THE MINDY PROJECT (+87%) both posted big gains over 30 days – in fact, MINDY drew a bigger lift from VOD and streaming (1.5 million viewers) than from DVR playback (1.3 million).

Fox 30 Day Multiplatform



  • Mark

    Where are they coming up with these Live+SD numbers for The X Factor? 13.4 million??

  • Darcy

    All the initial numbers for Live+SD are MUCH higher for all the shows – where are they coming from?

  • Michael Scott

    Sounds desperate

  • zilla-rilla

    i see 7.25 on wednesday and 6.49 on thursday for x-factor this week in live… so yeah. seems their numbers are significantly inflated here

  • Jonathan B.

    The way Brooklyn Nine-Nine is way outperforming Dads and Mindy Project makes me really happy.

  • Tom K

    Why would such a thing make you happy? Shouldn’t you be happy for the positives of a show you enjoy rather than celebrate the negatives of shows you might not? The Mindy Project is one of the best written shows on television and the ensemble is amazing!!! (See how it’s done…)

  • Raffie

    Actually, it makes perfect sense. Not all of those shows are coming back next year. Might as well root for the one you like to outperform the others.

    But yeah, no idea where these L+SD #s come from.

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