‘Fuller House’ Season 2 Premiere Falls 67 Percent in TV Ratings

Symphony Advanced Media has shared the numbers that Netflix won’t

Last Updated: December 15, 2016 @ 3:14 PM

“Fuller House” Season 2 was no Season 1.

Per Symphony Advanced Media, the Live + 3 Day ratings for Season 2, Episode 1 are down 67 percent from last year’s opening weekend.

Episode 201 of the “Full House” reboot has earned a 3.32 rating in the key 18-49 demographic, per Symphony. That’s way down from 101’s comparable 10.16 rating.

Furthermore, Symphony AM found that just 9 percent of those who watched the series premiere on its opening weekend returned in the same timely fashion for the sophomore dump.

Symphony’s preliminary data for Season 2 is not yet stable and subject so adjustment, however. The Silicon Valley-based measurement firm utilizes audio recognition technology and a panelist’s cell phone microphone to identify what show one is watching.

Netflix does not share its internal and propriety viewership data.

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