'TUF 12' Episode 4 Nets 1.6 Million Viewers
Episode four of “The
Ultimate Fighter 12
” earned a 1.3 rating, matching its rating
from week three. Though the series held form in its household
rating, the overall average audience dropped from 1.8 million
viewers to 1.6 million.
The episode earned a 1.6 rating in the male 18-49 demographic and a
2.03 in males 18-34. Both of those figures were improvements over
last week's episode.
Viewership increased proportionally as the episode progressed, with
the first quarter hour drawing a 1.14 household rating and the
final fifteen minutes earning a 1.32.
Episode four featured more antics from Alex
Caceres, as he incited more contempt from his housemates. The
episode also featured more hijinks from coach Koscheck, as he
attempted to get under the skin of welterweight titleholder
St. Pierre by wearing tight shorts and mocking the champion's
ring attire. The show culminated with Team GSP's Kyle Watson
defeating Team Koscheck's Andy Main by
The Lesnar vs. Velasquez episode of “UFC Primetime” netted an
average viewership of 974,000 viewers and earned a 1.01 household
rating in the male 18-49 demographic. Additionally, the episode
scored a 1.46 rating in men 18-34.
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