Fox Reports Massive Live+7 Lift, With Two Shows More Than Doubling

Oct 18, 2017  •  Post A Comment

Fox reported viewing figures today that show the network’s prime-time programs are getting a huge bump from multiplatform and delayed viewing.

Citing Nielsen Live+7 linear data along with Fox Broadcasting Audience Research Multi-Platform Ad Hoc Reporting for the week of Oct. 2-8, the network reported that “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” posted a whopping 137% lift vs. L+SD data, reaching a total audience of 4.127 million. Another show that more than doubled was “The Orville,” with 126% lift for a total audience of 7.743 million.

The network’s two biggest entertainment programs also surged in L+7, with “The Gifted” posting 97% lift to total 9.612 million viewers, while “Empire” climbed 64% to 9.656 million.

Other shows that benefited from delayed and multiplatform viewing included “The Mick,” up 90% to 4.586 million, “Last Man on Earth,” up 85% to 4.125 million, “Family Guy,” up 84% to 5.618 million, “Gotham,” up 83% to 5.337 million, and “Lethal Weapon,” up 82% to 7.443 million.

At the low end of the lift chart was “The Simpsons,” which picked up just 26% to reach a total audience of 6.604 million.

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