Showtime’s Yellowjackets hit the top of the ratings charts in its second season premiere.
The Emmy-nominated series drew an estimated 2 million viewers in its premiere across all platforms, the show’s highest ratings and the show’s November premiere. More than twice the size of the show’s audience . It’s also up points from the first season finale 2021 in January. That figure includes Sunday night’s premiere and streaming on the Showtime platform, with the second-season premiere on Friday.
Showtime also said Yellowjackets premiere tape The most-watched series in any season since 2022 debuted on premium cable when Homeland’s The second season begins. (On-air ratings will be released early Tuesday, giving viewers a better idea of which platforms viewers chose to watch the premiere.) And on-demand platforms in any season premiere of a Showtime series. While baseline data is not available – as is often the case with streaming data – Paramount Global Media says Yellowjackets surpassed the previous record holder, Dexter: New Blood.
“Yellowjackets broke records and became the most played The most-watched Showtime debut ever, thanks to Ashley [Lyle], Bart [Nickerson], Jonathan [Lisco] and our phenomenal cast who have taken Season 2 to even greater heights,” Showtime/MTV Entertainment Works said Chris McCarthy, President and CEO of the Chamber and Paramount Media Networks.
Entertainment One Produced by Yellowjackets. Lyle and Nickerson created the series and serve as showrunners alongside Lisco. Three Executive Producers and Creative Engine’s Drew Comins, Ameni Rozsa, Sarah L. Thompson and Karyn Kusama. 1235359538