Twin Peaks Ratings Surpassing Expectations  

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(@stwallskull2)
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I'm glad to hear that the reports of low ratings were uninformed.

In a statement released to IndieWire, Showtime states “Twin Peaks” is averaging approximately 2 million viewers per episode across all platforms. That’s based on five weeks of data, and without all delayed viewing totals accounted for, but 32 percent of the “Twin Peaks” audience is coming from streaming (including both VOD and over-the-top services). That’s a higher total than any other Showtime series, including “Shameless,” “Billions,” “Homeland,” and “The Affair” — all of which average less than 20 percent of their viewers from streaming.

 

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Posted : 13/07/2017 5:32 pm
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(@caoimhin)
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And it hasn't been released in Japan yet. 

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Posted : 13/07/2017 5:38 pm
(@elad-repooc)
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I think we're in for more from David Lynch and Showtime in the future. If not more Twin Peaks, something else at least...

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Posted : 14/07/2017 2:25 am
(@ric_bissell)
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Posted by: stwallskull

I'm glad to hear that the reports of low ratings were uninformed.

In a statement released to IndieWire, Showtime states “Twin Peaks” is averaging approximately 2 million viewers per episode across all platforms. That’s based on five weeks of data, and without all delayed viewing totals accounted for, but 32 percent of the “Twin Peaks” audience is coming from streaming (including both VOD and over-the-top services). That’s a higher total than any other Showtime series, including “Shameless,” “Billions,” “Homeland,” and “The Affair” — all of which average less than 20 percent of their viewers from streaming.

 

Hi skull,

And they just added 90,000 more!  😉

Cable Ratings: “Twin Peaks” Picked Up 90,000 Viewers, Megyn Kelly Was Ignored Again

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That's strange - even for Cooper

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Posted : 14/07/2017 8:16 am
(@federico_de_luca)
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Now it will have to compete against Game of Thrones.

Quality-wise, Twin Peaks is a winner, no doubt about that.

But Game of Thrones attracts a larger audience and will without a doubt steal a chunk of TP's audience. We'll see...

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Posted : 14/07/2017 8:19 am
(@patrick-d)
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Posted by: Federico De Luca

Now it will have to compete against Game of Thrones.

Quality-wise, Twin Peaks is a winner, no doubt about that.

But Game of Thrones attracts a larger audience and will without a doubt steal a chunk of TP's audience. We'll see...

Don't know about this - it's not like each episode is only shown once, or DVRs aren't being used.  I'll have no problem watching both shows.

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Posted : 14/07/2017 12:22 pm
(@dr_memory)
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Posted by: Federico De Luca

Now it will have to compete against Game of Thrones.

Quality-wise, Twin Peaks is a winner, no doubt about that.

But Game of Thrones attracts a larger audience and will without a doubt steal a chunk of TP's audience. We'll see...

In a world of Delayed Viewing, DVR's, Streaming Services and multiple showings the old paradigms of monolithic Nielson based viewing practices are no longer valid, especially for a premium cable series.  I think that anyone, like myself, who wishes to view both TP and GOT will manage to carve out that extra hour during the week to view both series 

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Posted : 14/07/2017 12:37 pm
(@nikolaj_nielsen)
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Posted by: laughingatsky

I think we're in for more from David Lynch and Showtime in the future. If not more Twin Peaks, something else at least...

Oh Lord please yes! I already got preemptive withdrawal!

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Posted : 14/07/2017 1:16 pm
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