The Ratings For ‘The Conners’ Plummet To A Season-Low. The Numbers Are Downright Embarrassing

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The ratings for the most recent episode of “The Conners” are in, and they’re not looking good.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the spinoff of ABC’s hit sitcom “Roseanne” plummeted to a season-low Tuesday night. (RELATED: Here’s How Roseanne Was Killed Off In The ABC Spinoff Show ‘The Conners’)


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“The Conners” brought in a season-low 1.5 Nielsen Rating (which means 1.5 percent of the measured demographic tuned in), down 0.3 since last week. This comes out to an audience of about 6.90 million viewers, aged 18–49 years old.

This was an obvious disappointment compared to previous ratings. “The Conners” premiere raked in an impressive 7.5 rating back in early October. For comparison, the premiere of “Roseanne” brought in a monstrous 11.6 rating back in March.

Also bringing in a season-low viewership was NBC’s normally popular “This Is Us.” The hit drama, starring Mandy Moore and Milo Ventimiglia, brought in a 2.0 rating Nilsen Rating, which comes out to about 8.46 million viewers, per TV By The Numbers.

NBC still led the primetime lineup in terms of viewership.

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