‘The Conners’ Season 3 Premiere Bumps Into Fox’s World Series, Slips 31% in Ratings

‘The Conners’ Season 3 Premiere Bumps Into Fox’s World Series, Slips 31% in Ratings
Returning ABC’s Wednesday comedies “The Goldbergs,” “The Conners” and “Black-ish” went up against Game 2 of Fox’s 2020 World Series last night, and the sitcoms are probably sitting on a lot of DVRs as we speak. The Season 3 premiere of “The Conners,” now in the “Modern Family”-vacated time slot, declined 31% in the key adults 18-49 demographic when compared with last fall’s Season 2 start. “Black-ish” shed 25% of its initially reported audience vs. the comparable season premiere in 2019, and “The Goldbergs” dropped 20%. Those gaps may very well close when one compares delayed viewing for the 2019 season premieres with 2020’s. Also Read: Rays-Dodgers Opener on Fox Is the Least-Watched World Series Game of All Time Game 2 of the Rays-Dodgers World Series was steady with Game 1. Due to the nature of live sports, the below early Nielsen numbers for Fox should be considered subject to significant uptick. We’ll get final Game 2 numbers later today,
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