After dropping slightly in October, Me-TV saw its prime time average viewership rise in November, from 458,000 viewers to 477,500 viewers. That’s still down from the high of 500,000 in who watched in September. In the adults 18-49 demographic, however, Me-TV rose to its best monthly performance, averaging 115,000 viewers in the demo.
The classic television digital specialty network also reached a new weekly high of 520,000 viewers during the first full week of November (Monday, November 4th through Sunday, November 10th). That same week also saw a new weekly high in the A18-49 demographic, with 140,000 viewers.
By comparison, CBS drew 11,350,000 viewers (3.39 million in the A18-49 demographic) during the week ending November 10th, while The CW average 1.63 million, ION Television 1.18 million, Telemundo 1.32 and UniMas (formerly Telefutura) 530,000.
To date, Me-TV is averaging 394,333 viewers in prime time, 83,785 in the A18-49 demographics. That translates to 308,000 households.
Me-TV debuted its Fall 2013 on September 2nd. Is a coincidence that the three months since then have been the most-watched since April, when ratings information first started being published?
(All numbers courtesy of Media Life Magazine, which publishes broadcast ratings every week. Ratings were not published for the weeks ending May 12th and June 23rd.)