FOX 30-Day Multiplatform Report for the Week Ending November 3: ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’, ‘The Mindy Project’ & ‘Family Guy’ See Bigger Gains From VOD/Streaming Than DVR

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via press release:

BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, THE MINDY PROJECT & FAMILY GUY SEE BIGGER GAINS FROM VOD/STREAMING THAN DVR

Below are the FOX Multi-Platform audience totals for originals that aired from 10/21 through 11/3.  Key highlights:

·         Continuing its trend this season, the 10/22 episode of NEW GIRL posted a +110% post-same day total audience lift after 30 days

o    In fact, VOD days 4-7 and streaming accounted for just as much (+50%) of NEW GIRL’s 30-day growth as DVR viewing.

 

·         THE MINDY PROJECT (+82% gain) once again drew a bigger lift from VOD and streaming (1.6 million viewers) than from DVR playback (1.0 million).

  • MINDY saw +60% more growth from VOD days 4-7 and streaming than from DVR viewing.

 

·      BROOKLYN NINE-NINE saw a very healthy +73% gain after 30 days, with more than half of that coming from VOD and streaming.

 

·      And FAMILY GUY achieved a +72% lift after 30 days, adding 1.5 million from DVR views and 2.5 million from VOD and streaming.

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