New Blood’ Hits Season High Ratings, Premiere’s Viewership Rises To 8.2 Million – Deadline

The last seventh episode of Showtime Dexter: new blood A better season drew 2.34 million viewers across all platforms on Sunday, December 19. This was the largest total audience on Sunday for the Showtime series that has aired since shameless Season 8 premieres November 5, 2017 (2.4 million)

Dexter: new blood It already became Showtime’s biggest-ever appearance on live broadcasts in its first week, smashing all Showtime OTT recording and viewing records. The limited series premiere, marking the debut of Showtime’s most-watched drama ever, and as the TV premiere of the most-watched written-drama season among all premium networks in 2021 (in Live+7), it has seen its audience grow to 8.2 million viewers to date. A month and a half after it was released on November 7th on linear and digital.

It fed the flow Dexter: new bloodRatings increase, with streaming audiences increasing nearly +80% since the week of premiere. Dexter: new blood It averages 7 million viewers per week across platforms, topping all seasons of the show and original ranking As Showtime’s most-streamed show ever in weekly OTT viewership.

next stage Dexter: new blood He’ll try to get to it is to match the Sunday premiere of the season seven finale and season eight of the original series, which equates to 3.4 million. There are three episodes leftAnd With its scheduled end on January 9th.

In addition to setting ratings records for Showtime, Dexter: new blood Successfully helped launch the new series of the network yellow jacketsWhich has already been renewed for a second season. In view of fresh blood’Big show, could there be another batch in the future?

Dexter: new blood Is a limited series and any other discussions about Dexter We’ll have to wait until we finish airing the limited series and see where we are with our stories and characters,” Showtime’s chief entertainment officer, Gary Levine, said in an interview with Deadline last week.Dexter: new blood It’s really designed to have a fitting conclusion to this series, and I think we’re going to deliver that in the best way possible.”

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