Young Rock takes a hit in the ratings for season two

Season two of Young Rock wrapped up last week on NBC and the show got a major dent in its weekly ratings and demo numbers compared to the previous season.

Season two averaged 2,152,000 viewers over 12 episodes and a 0.38 rating in the 18-49 demo. That is down considerably from the 3,036,000 viewers average of last season and a 0.59 rating in the 18-49 demo.

Despite the drop, Young Rock was renewed for season three but NBC has put it in the Friday night death slot and will go head-to-head with Smackdown on FOX for 30 minutes when the new season resumes.

The ratings for this season were:

  • Episode 1 – 2,552,000 viewers and 0.43 demo
  • Episode 2 – 2,316,000 viewers and 0.42 demo
  • Episode 3 – 2,069,000 viewers and 0.34 demo
  • Episode 4 – 2,016,000 viewers and 0.32 demo
  • Episode 5 – 2,300,000 viewers and 0.41 demo
  • Episode 6 – 1,920,000 viewers and 0.32 demo
  • Episode 7 – 2,144,000 viewers and 0.40 demo
  • Episode 8 – 2,140,000 viewers and 0.34 demo
  • Episode 9 – 1,800,000 viewers and 0.38 demo
  • Episode 10 – 1,870,000 viewers and 0.35 demo
  • Episode 11 – 2,340,000 viewers and 0.43 demo
  • Episode 12 – 2,360,000 viewers and 0.45 demo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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