‘Lifetime’ sales for ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ hit new heights in 2017
Sales for ‘LIFETIME’ hit a new high in 2017, according to Nielsen data released on Thursday.
The popular animated series averaged an average of 6.54 million viewers across all platforms, including mobile devices and desktop browsers, for the year ending December 31, 2017, Nielsen said.
As of December 31 last year, ‘CRAZY RICH ASIAN CHEESE’ had an average viewer count of 3.96 million, Nielsen reported.
Its sequel, ‘LIMITED’ which debuted on December 1, is averaging an average audience of 2.6 million across platforms, Nielsen added.
LIFESTYLE averaged a viewer count for 5.3 million across the year, according the Nielsen data.
“While ‘Crazys’ ratings have never been higher, the show is also experiencing some of its strongest ratings since its debut, according with Nielsen,” the company said in a statement.
Nielsen’s ‘CZR’ figures are based on over 12 million individual household views of the animated series.