LATE-NIGHT CABLE TALKER CROSSES THE 1-MILLION VIEWER THRESHOLD
By Douglas Pucci
“Conan”, TBS’s late-night series, experienced an increase in its ratings last week. For the week of June 25-28, 2012, the talk show averaged 1.02 million total viewers, according to Nielsen – up 16 percent over the prior week, up 7 percent over the show’s average in June, and up 14 percent over the same week in 2011.
“Conan” also saw gains in key demographics, averaging 392,000 viewers in adults 18-34 – up 40 percent over the prior week and up 35 percent over the June average. In adults 18-49, it drew an average of 676,000 viewers – up 20 percent over the prior week and up 12 percent compared to the June average.
“Conan” was up year-to-year for the month of June, up 21 percent among total viewers and up 11 percent among adults 18-49 compared to June 2011.
“Conan” airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) on TBS.