Telemundo’s new Saturday night variety and entertainment show got off to a good start. The debut of “¡Que Noche! con Angélica y Raúl” reached a cumulative audience of 2,838,000 total viewers and 1,291,000 adults 18-49, according to Nielsen.
The two-hour show averaged 1,277,000 total viewers and 538,000 adults 18-49.
The premiere of “¡Que Noche! con Angelica y Raul” outperformed Univision’s premiere of Sabadazo (465,000) by +16% and is on par with Sabadazo’s current premiere-to-date average (537,000), among adults 18-49.
On the local front, the show placed Telemundo in first place during primetime, regardless of language, in New York and Miami among total viewers, and also among Adults 18-49 in Miami.
“¡Que Noche!” ranked as the #1 Spanish-language program in its time period, among total viewers and adults 18-49 in Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas, Washington, DC, Boston and Phoenix.
The premiere of “¡Que Noche!” followed by the Saturday night movie “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” made Telemundo the #1 Spanish-language network in prime time on Saturday, November 7th, outperforming Univision across all key demos.
From 7 to 11 pm Telemundo delivered 1,330,000 total viewers vs. Univision’s 1,088,000, 637,000 adults 18-49 (vs. 507,000), and 276,000 adults 18-34 (vs. 225,000).
Source: NPM, L+SD, fast program ratings 11/7/15; reach based on NPM fast program cume, 6+ min qualifier. NSI, Live+SD, 11/7/15, Ranking based on impressions 7-9p ET/PT & 6-8p CT/MT among TEL, UNI, UMA, AZA, ETV, MMX, ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC & CW.
NPM, L+SD, 11/7/15, Sat 7-11pm strict daypart; reach based on NPM fast program cume, 6+ min qualifier.