The Four

Surprise! TV ratings rose for The Four

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Meghan Trainor, Sean “Diddy” Combs and DJ Khaled watch a performance during The Four Season 1 finale. (FOX Photo)

Meghan Trainor, Sean “Diddy” Combs and DJ Khaled watch a performance during The Four Season 1 finale. (FOX Photo)

 

The results are in.

And, inexplicably, The Four on Fox saw a bit of a ratings bump toward the end of Season 1.

Apparently, someone found the show’s eat-chanting, trash-talking, popcorn-throwing antics entertaining.

Or else watched to see what folly unfolded on their TV screen next.

The show is still far from a ratings hit.

Heck, TV by the Numbers’ numbers indicate more people watched the Olympics on NBC, Grey’s Anatomy on ABC and Big Brother: Celebrity Edition on CBS than tuned in for The Four finale.

But those numbers also show the finale was watched by an estimated 3.9 million viewers, up 4.5 percent from the estimated viewership for the Season 1 premiere.

That was also the show’s largest audience yet.

And, if you missed the news, the show has been renewed. Sean “Diddy” Combs and company will be back sometime this summer.

Here’s a rundown of the show’s ratings during its six-week run, with the air date, the rating among viewers 18-49 and the estimated total viewership, again, all according to TV by the Numbers.

For the sake of comparison, the Season 13 finale of The Voice drew a 1.8 rating among viewers 18-49 and a total audience of about 9.85 million.

Jan. 4 — 1.2 — 3.75 million

Jan. 11 — 1.1 — 3.29 million

Jan. 18 — 1.1 — 3.47 million

Jan. 25 — 1.2 — 3.64 million

Feb. 1 — 1.3 — 3.76 million

Feb. 8 — 1.3 — 3.92 million




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