One cable network that has been on a ratings roll — including recently wrapping up the best October in its history in all key demos, both in prime time and in total day — is Investigation Discovery.
The network announced today: “Investigation Discovery (ID) had its best October ever in Prime delivery for all key demos including P2+, HH, P25-54, and W25-54 on Live+3 Day viewing, with the network averaging nearly one million primetime viewers P2+ (909k) for the month. October 2016 was also ID’s best October ever in Total Day delivery for those same demos, while the network held tight to the #1 spot for Total Day delivery of W25-54 in all ad-supported cable for the third month in a row.”
Helping to fuel the strong results was the world television premiere of the documentary “Southwest of Salem: The Story of the San Antonio Four.” Airing Saturday, Oct. 15, the two-hour program “broke ID’s record for its best ID Films premiere ever for delivery of P2+ (940k), P25-54 (487k) and W25-54 (353k),” the network noted. The announcement adds: “Seven of ID’s original series averaged more than one million total viewers P2+ in October, with top performers ‘Homicide Hunter: Lt. Joe Kenda’ (1.525M), ‘Married With Secrets’ (1.200M), and ‘On The Case with Paula Zahn’ (1.172M).”
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