to end up at 3,546,000 viewers for episode three, putting it at #10 on this week’s Cable Top 20 and behind Spongebob by merely 60,000 viewers exact.
While this may seem horrible, keep on mind that even at 3.5 million viewers, Legend of Korra is still doing better than almost every single episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender. More importantly, it beats all of Nick’s live action shows. That is what matters.
We are still awesome.
Whatever - that’s still a lot of viewers. And also, it’s early in the morning and people have things to do?
That’s still really good for an animated show.
Still good numbers! Let’s keep it up, fandom! :)
As long as it doesn’t keep dropping significantly, it’s fine.
Great news! The premiere made quite a splash. At the core of that huge, unfathomable number was surely a dedicated fan base
buggingmotivating everyone they knew to watch the show. Thanks for that!
It is certainly good news, but I don’t pay too close attention to these numbers. As long as they aren’t horrible enough to draw the ire of the network, then I just see them, shake my head in wonder, and keep plugging away. It is hard to comprehend a group of people that large. Anything bigger than the 2000 fans at the Comic Con panels is more than my brain can imagine. As long as we get to make the show, and people can access it, then I’m happy.
It’d probably be a lot more higher if all the die-hard fans that had sleepovers for the premier watched the show on their own television sets! XD
But how many of them are actually in the 5,000 or so household TV sets that are tracked to create the ratings? xD If I were one of them, I definitely would have watched Korra on TV anyway so that it would count.
Saturday’s showing of Let’s Kill Hitler on SPACE was the most watched broadcast ever on the channel.
Around 834,000 people watched the transmission at 8ET on Canada’s national science fiction, horror and fantasy channel.
When the ratings for the repeat showings are added the episode attracted…