TV spinoffs -- you’ve argued their existence, scoffed at those who watch them, but at the end of it all, everyone’s begrudgingly watched an episode or two. We know; we have the ratings to prove it!
The in this graph, over the course of its run the show has garnered loyal support from Utah, Hawaii and New York.first aired in 2009 to strong ratings. The beautiful cast along with the ever popular vampire and werewolves theme was a massive hit among The CW's core audience of teenagers and young women. Initially, lukewarm critical reception turned more positive over time as well, and the show has a broad base of support across the United States. As seen
Thestarted with a high of 4.91 million viewers according to Nielsen records. However, the same cannot be said for the show’s spin-off. , first aired in 2013, was received with a viewership of 2.21 million despite following the fifth season premiere of The in the prime time slot.
Google Trends reports show that even at the highest point of interest, been a few steps behind the parent show, getting less than half of the viewership. Interestingly, the loyal support for The seems to have spilt to the spin-off with viewership being concentrated in Hawaii, New York and Louisiana.has always
In a surprising turn, come close to matching the search traffic of its predecessor.announced its spinoff series after just one season on the air. Chicago PD is, as are most spin-offs, a few steps behind the parent show, but it has
In its primetime slot, Chicago PD’s series premiere had a viewership of 8.59 million as opposed towhich had 6.61 million viewers in comparison. However, as the show progressed, so did the viewership. season two notched up a viewership of 8.90 million. Not surprising that the majority of interest in both shows stem from Midwest, mainly Illinois.