One broadcast TV network announced Tuesday that it has just had its best season in network history, based on Monday-Friday prime-time ratings. The network is the NBCUniversal-owned Spanish-language net Telemundo.
The network announced that its prime-time delivery during the 2014-2015 season averaged 1.57 million total viewers, up 8% from 1.45 million for the previous season, according to Nielsen data. In the key demo of adults 18-49, Telemundo was up 12% with 790,000 viewers, from 705,000 a year ago. It was the network’s second-highest-rated season in its history in the demo.
The network’s “Super Series” franchise, airing Monday-Friday at 10 p.m., is credited with much of the growth, up 57% from the previous season with an average of 2.05 million total viewers, up from 1.31 million.