via press release:
- Over 30 days of Multi-Platform viewership, week three of GOTHAM earned an average audience of 16.0 Mil, increasing +151% versus Live + Same Day.
- Averaging 18.6 Mil over its first three telecasts, GOTHAM delivers FOX’s largest 30 Day Multi-Platform audience of the season.
- In fact, GOTHAM’s non-linear (VOD days 4+, FOX NOW and Hulu) average audience over its first three telecasts is 4.0 million — that’s 4 million not reflected in Nielsen’s traditional ratings.
- In week four, NEW GIRL earned a 30 Day Multi-Platform average audience of 5.7 Mil — in line with its prior two telecasts. NEW GIRL has been increasingly time-shifted this season versus the comparable period last fall, with an average +127% gain over 30 Days of Multi-Platform viewership versus Live + Same Day, up from its +104% average gain versus Live + Same Day over the comparable period last fall.
- 30 Day Multi-Platform viewership of THE MINDY PROJECT (4.5 Mil) is up +9% so far this season versus its April/May 2014 average, with digital viewership up +13% and Live+7 viewing up +8%.
- 54% of RED BAND SOCIETY’s 30 Day Multi-Platform average audience (7.6 Mil) is time-shifted post-Same Day, outpacing average the 30 Day time-shifting of FOX programs this season (42%). RED BAND SOCIETY also ranks #5 among FOX programs in digital audience and has held steady week-to-week in streaming (streaming trend excluding digital preview: 0.8 Mil > 0.9 Mil > 0.9 Mil > 0.9 Mil).
- With three telecasts, BONES (10.2 Mil) ranks is up +7% versus its March/April/May 2014 30-Day multiplatform average.
- Both THE SIMPSONS (+48%, 9.6 Mil) and BROOKLYN NINE-NINE (+17%, 7.5 Mil) grew in 30 Day Multi-Platform viewership week-to-week, driven by increased P2+ TV viewing. Versus last fall, THE SIMPSONS is up +10% in 30 Day Multi-Platform average audience.