'Conan' Tied for Youngest Late-Night Talk Audience EW
After six weeks on the air, "Conan" is tied as late-night television's youngest talk show, reports EW.com's InsideTV blog.
The TBS show has a median age of 33, tying it with another TBS late-night program, "Lopez Tonight," the story notes.
Conan O'Brien's talk show has been especially strong among viewers 18-34. The show ended the last week before Christmas with an average of 530,000 viewers 18 to 34 years old and an overall average of 1.3 million viewers for the week.
Between Sept. 28 and Dec. 27, TBS ranked second among all basic cable networks in adults 18 to 34 years old and adults 18 to 49, behind ESPN, the article adds. USA came in third in both demos.