‘Superman & Lois’ Debut Marks The CW’s Most-Streamed Premiere Ever

‘Superman & Lois’ Debut Marks The CW’s Most-Streamed Premiere Ever
The first episode of “Superman & Lois” is the most-streamed series premiere in The CW’s history, the network said Thursday.

The DC Entertainment series’ first episode has been watched by a total of 3.25 million total viewers, according to Nielsen’s live-plus-seven measurement. That marks an 86% growth over the seven days following the Feb. 23 premiere.

Among adults under 50, the episode has a 0.76 rating, with a week of delayed viewing factoring in, marking the highest-rated CW premiere of the season.

Even without the full week of delayed viewing, the show’s 90-minute premiere last week was a hit for The CW, marking the largest viewership for a DC series since “The Flash’s” “Crisis on Infinite Earths” crossover episode aired in 2019. The network saw similar success with the debut of the Jared Padalecki-led “Walker” earlier in the season.

Led by “Supergirl” alum Tyler Hoechlin and Elizabeth Tulloch, “Superman & Lois
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