NBC has unsurprisingly picked up “Little Big Shots” for a second season, just two episodes into its first run.
The show has come out of the gate strong — its 2.85 average over two episodes ties “Blindspot” for the best start of any new series this season. It drew a 2.9 rating in adults 18-49 following “The Voice” on Tuesday, March 8, and retained nearly all of that number (2.8) in its Sunday debut, while substantially growing its total audience.
Tuesday’s installment grew to a 3.4 in Live +3 ratings.
“Little Big Shots” joins these shows that have been renewed for 2016-17 and beyond.