Brooklyn Nine-Nine gets greatest evaluations in 2 years after NBC move
NBC’s bet on Brooklyn Nine-Nine might be paying off.
The comedy’s first episode on its new system conveyed the show’s most noteworthy evaluations in two years.
The numbers weren’t especially high, mind you, however they were superior to anything the comedy had been performing the last couple years on Fox.
The season 6 debut of Brooklyn Nine-Nine had 3.6 million watchers and a 1.2 rating among grown-ups 18-49 on Thursday night. That is up 71 percent from the Andy Samberg comedy’s fifth season debut a year prior. The debut may have been supported by getting promotion during NBC’s broadcast of the Golden Globes on Sunday night (which included Samberg as co-host).
The B99 numbers were still below most of CBS’ rival Thursday comedy lineup and dipped from the time period premiere of its lead-in, Titan Games. Be that as it may, once more, ratings success is a quite relative thing.