HUSTON (NWN) – Atlanta’s 6-2 victory over Houston in the first game of the World Series attracted an average of 10,811,000 viewers on Fox, up 17.5% from the record low of 9,195,000 that was reached in Los’s first win. -Angeles Dodgers over Tampa 8-3. Gulf last year.
The Braves Astros number was the second-lowest total to start the series.
The average score for a game on Tuesday night was 6.1, compared to 15 on Fox. Fox said that, on average, Fox, Fox Deportes (Hispanic broadcasts) and Fox streaming apps had a combined total of 11,077,000 viewers. The game became the most popular among newcomers to the World Series with 273,619 players, an increase of 82%.
Until last year, the minimum for the first game was San Francisco’s 7-1 victory over Kansas City on Oct.21, 2014, which was watched by an average of 12,191,000 on Tuesday night.
Last year’s show, which aired at a neutral location in Arlington, Texas, received an average TV rating 32% below the low of the previous World Series due to the pandemic. Six Fox games averaged 5.2 last year, 12 shares and 9,785,000 viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research. The previous low was 7.6 ratings, 12 stakes and 12,660,000 viewers for the 2012 San Francisco Giants four-game Detroit Tigers review.
Rating is the percentage of television households tuned in to broadcast. Share is the percentage of households who watched a TV show that had televisions turned on at the time.
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