Sci Fi TV Status Report: Star Trek Discovery Has Good Launch, A Possible Teen Wolf Spin-Off, and More

By | September 26, 2017

On Sunday, Star Trek: Discovery had its debut on CBS and pulled a 1.9 rating based on the overnights for the 18-49 demographic with 9.6 million total viewers (up from the 1.6 rating / 8.8 million total viewers reported in the preliminaries). That’s a good start for a show in the current Peak TV environment, and the numbers might have been a bit higher if not for the fifteen minute overrun of 60 Minutes. More importantly, CBS reported a record number of sign ups for its All Access streaming service where the show moves to now that it has had its broadcast premiere. So all indications at this point are that the show is off to a good start despite much grumbling from fans in the lead-up to its premiere.

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