CONAN Charts Big Ratings Gains For TBS
TBS's late-night series CONAN, which has been riding a wave of growth in recent months, charted exceptional gains again last week. The Emmy(R)-nominated series averaged 1,016,000 viewers in Live + Same Day for June 25-28, up +16% over the prior week and +7% over the June average. In addition, the show's total audience was up +14% over the same week in 2011.
Key demos also saw a significant boost last week. CONAN averaged 392,000 adults 18-34 in Live + Same Day for the week, up +40% over the prior week and +35% over the June average. The show scored 676,000 adults 18-49 in Live + Same Day, up +20% over the prior week and +12% compared to the June average.
CONAN recently posted solid year-over-year growth for June, with Live + Same Day deliveries up +21% among total viewers and +11% among adults 18-49 compared to June 2011. The show also posted quarter-to-quarter growth among adults 18-49 in Q4 2011 and again in Q1 2012.
Produced by Conaco LLC, CONAN airs Monday-Thursday at 11 p.m. (ET/PT) on TBS. Jeff Ross serves as executive producer of CONAN. The show originates from Stage 15 at Warner Bros. Studios.
TBS is basic cable's #1 network among young adults in primetime. Available in 100 million households, TBS features the Emmy(R)-nominated late-night series CONAN, starring Conan O'Brien, and original primetime comedy series like Men at Work, Sullivan & Son, Cougar Town, Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse, Wedding Band, King of the Nerds (Working Title), Deon Cole's Black Box (Working Title) and Who Gets the Last Laugh? (Working Title). TBS also features an outstanding slate of contemporary comedies, such as The Big Bang Theory and Family Guy, as well as blockbuster movies and championship sports. In addition, TBS produces special live comedy events, like the star-studded comedy festival held each year in Chicago.
Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news; entertainment; animation and young adult; and sports media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.
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