‘Brain Games’ Second Season Draws 1.24 Million Total Viewers
via press release:
SECOND SEASON OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL’S BRAIN GAMES IS OFF TO A MIND BLOWING START WITH OVER 1.24 MILLION TOTAL VIEWERS
Brain Games Debuts with Double Premieres Averaging 0.7 P 25–54 and
633,000 total viewers P25-54.
(WASHINGTON, D.C. — January 14, 2014) National Geographic Channel is off to a killer 2014 with the ratings momentum continuing into the New Year. The second season premiere of Brain Games is the highest rated since November’s critically acclaimed Killing Kennedy. It is also the highest rated season launch since last April’s Brain Games season one premiere. The Monday night premiere of Brain Games launched with two episodes at 9 and 9:30 p.m. ET/PT averaging a 0.7 P 25–54, delivering 1.24 million total viewers P2+ and 633,000 P25-54. (For more information, visit www.ngcpr.com and follow us on Twitter @ngc_pr).
Brain Games: In Living Color at 9 p.m. ET/PT rated a .7 P25-54, .9 HH and delivered 1.26 million total viewers P2+. Brain Games: Laws of Attraction at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT rated a .7 P25-54, .9 HH and delivered 1.22 million P2+.
Brain Games was hailed by critics as “tremendous fun” and “makes science entertaining,” and fans on Twitter joined the chorus, calling the show “mind blowing” and “coolest show on tv.” The new series explores a world where time slows down, reality is an illusion and things aren’t always as they seem—the human brain. Host and wonder junkie Jason Silva (@JasonSilva) sizes up the human brain with an intricate series of interactive experiments to see how easily the brain can be fooled, uncovering the surprising nature of how we process information, feel emotions and perceive the world around us. Get ready for lots of mind-blowing illusions, games and challenges that will make you question whether “seeing is actually believing.”
Brian Games continues Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on National Geographic Channel.