Radiance Of 'Prison Break' Is Not Enough At RTLZWEI TV

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Prison Break Season On RTLZWEI TV:


The US series has too few fans for primetime conditions at RTLZWEI. At the start, it was only enough for lean market shares.

VOX, on the other hand, reached many viewers with "96 Hours - Taken 2". On Saturday evening, the fifth season of the successful US series "Prison Break" has been allowed to run again at RTLZWEI three years after the first broadcast.

It remains to be seen whether the popular series can still bring success to the broadcaster at prominent times. At the start, the ratings were very modest.

Almost a quarter of a million people who were traditionally courted stayed the whole evening - too little for prime time.

The appeal of "Prison Break" was only sufficient for solid market shares in the late evening. The prison escape series started with a meagre two per cent market share and 0.21 million viewers in the classic target group.

The second episode of the evening had the same number of viewers at 1.9 per cent. A total of 0.39 million viewers tuned in. As a result, RTLZWEI remained at meagre per cent of the total market share.

The visual participation only became acceptable around midnight. Since there were still 0.21 million 14- to 49-year-old fans at 11.45 p.m., it was enough for a solid 3.9 per cent market share.

Previously, visual participation initially increased slightly to 2.3 and later 2.9 per cent.

Overall, the series only lost 100,000 viewers over the evening, which is why shortly before midnight, with 0.29 million viewers, 1.9 per cent of the total market share jumped out.

In the second row of major private broadcasters, VOX was much more successful than RTLZWEI in prime time.

There, the feature film “96 Hours - Taken 2” ensured a good 6.6 per cent market share among the young audience.

Above all, the blockbuster was a success for the broadcaster. Because from 8:15 p.m. 1.76 million viewers from the age of three tuned in, which ensured a remarkable 4.8 per cent viewing participation.

'Ant-Man' then came up with a solid 3.8 per cent overall and 5.9 per cent among the traditionally courted.

Prison break - RTLzwei falls far behind Tele 5:


With "Prison Break", RTLzwei reached only a few viewers in prime time and thus fell behind the Grünwald colleagues from Tele 5.

There was also little to get for Sat.1 on Saturday - had it not been for Harry Potter. RTLzwei has had a pretty bad day.

The average market share on Saturday was just 3.5 per cent. For comparison: the news broadcaster, the largest of the small broadcasters, reached 2.9 per cent and was therefore within striking distance.

For RTLzwei, it looked quite disappointing, especially in prime time: There, the "Prison Break" sequel was retrieved, which met with manageable interest almost three years ago.

This was no different this time: 390,000 spectators were there at 8:15 p.m. Just under an hour later, only 340,000 spectators were counted, at times the market share was just 1.9 per cent.

RTLzwei thus fell behind Tele 5 in the evening. The Grünwald colleagues turned up a lot with "Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid" and brought it to 680,000 trash-enthusiastic viewers during prime time.

Two more "Anacondas" parts were also in demand afterwards. Sat.1 also had a weak day, which only managed an average of 6.9 per cent in the target group - the station only owes Harry Potter that it didn't go any worse.

In prime time, the umpteenth repetition of "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" recorded a convincing 11.5 per cent market share in the target group with a total of 1.91 million viewers.

On the other hand, there was almost nothing to get for the station during the day. The problems started as early as the morning when the "Biggest Loser" infusion attracted just 350,000 viewers in front of the television and achieved a market share of 3.2 per cent.

"The big celebrity baking" then rose to 6.6 per cent, but "On patrol - the specialists" then fell back to less than four per cent for 14- to 49-year-olds.

"Boundless - Discover the World" could not tear anything at all the previous evening and marked the low point with just 2.7 per cent.

For comparison: "The horse professionals" achieved 9.1 per cent at Vox, after Hundkatzemaus "had previously been as successful as 11.1 per cent in November," Galileo "and the RTL magazine"


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