The series Yellowstone breaks records in the fourth season, with more than 11 million viewers on TV.
The series Yellowstone broke new records in the final ratings for the fourth season, recording more than 11 million viewers, which is the highest viewership since the premiere of the eighth season of “The Walking Dead” in 2017.
“Yellowstone” premiered in 2018, and scored more than 7 million views in a week on December 6, and on January 2, it became the most-watched series on TV since the eighth season premiere of “The Walking Dead” in October 2017. Which scored 11.4 million views.
Recently, it was reported that “Yellowstone” had a viewership of 10.3 million people.
While Paramount Network recorded more than 11 million views this week, an increase of 81% from the end of the third season, which recorded 5.2 million views.
“Yellowstone continues to break records with over 11 million viewers watching the season finale, proving that we’ve reached a fan base, from downtown to all the coasts, and we still have plenty of room,” said Chris McCarthy, president and CEO of Yellowstone. for growth.”
The share of videos and posts for the fourth season of the series on social media also increased by 115 percent, and the show was the most shared on social platforms.