‘Mystery News’ Is Getting More Popular Than It Was Before: ‘Mysteries’ Is Now The Most Popular Discovery Stream in the United States
Discovery TV has officially become more popular than ever before.
Discovery has surpassed HBO as the most popular TV channel in the U.S. Discovery’s viewership is up 8.7 percent over the same period last year, according to a new report from Nielsen.
Nielsen reports that Discovery has increased its audience by more than 4 million viewers per week, which is up more than 8 percent from last year.
The increase in viewership comes after a similar increase from last spring.
In May, Discovery averaged more than 1.3 million viewers for its prime-time show, The Big Bang Theory, while it had only averaged 1.1 million viewers in March.
While Discovery has gained ground, the numbers are still in a very good position to grow and grow.
For example, Discovery is in first place with its prime time audience for the third straight year, with more than 3.4 million viewers a week.
Additionally, Discovery’s prime time viewership increased by 8 percent over last year as viewers tune in for The Big Buzz, a science fiction and fantasy show that premieres in February.
The Big Bud is currently averaging a 4.6 rating among adults 18-49, with an audience of 2.6 million people, while The Big Picture is averaging a 2.3 rating among 18-34 year olds, with a viewer of 4.4 millenials.
Discovery also has a strong primetime lineup with The Amazing Race, which averaged 3.8 million viewers during the first four weeks of its fourth season, and its other shows like Discovery News and Discovery: Science.
However, Discovery has been on a bit of a downward trajectory recently, as the network has lost its prime spot and its prime timeslot has been dropped to Monday nights.
Discovery currently has a primetime slot of 6 p.m. in primetime, with the network dropping the prime timeslots of 7 p.s.m., 8 p.b. and 9 p.p.m.; its prime hourslot is 9 p,m., which is the slot that was formerly the primetime slots.