GLOW Season 2: Nielsen reveals which people binged the Netflix series the most


In GLOW’s first three days 1.3 million people across all age groups and class watched Season 2.

It’s been about a week and a half since GLOW’s second season premiered on Netflix, and some interesting data about the show’s viewership is trickling in.

According to Nielsen’s SVOD Content rating data, GLOW’s audience is the third most affluent U.S. audience behind The Crown and House of Cards.

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This means of all shows that appear on Netflix; GLOW has a 67% concentration of viewers who are “white collar.” Their median income is $80,200.

It seems kind of ironic that the people watching GLOW make good money, while the characters on the show continue to struggle to make ends meet. I can see. However, The Crown and House of Cards have a “richer” audience; their median incomes are $84,200 and $80,400 respectively.

Another piece of interesting information is that 86% of the new season’s viewers within the first three days are between 18 and 49 years old, the most sought-after demographic in the industry. So, that’s great news for the show.

GLOW is a series based on the making of the original Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling from the 1980s. Alison Brie, Marc Maron, and Betty Gilpin star alongside a slew of talented women who not only show off their comedic chops but also their athleticism in the ring.

I can’t wait to hear what Emmy nominations GLOW receives on Thursday. After all, Season 2 was even better than the first.

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The season brought in huge viewership, with 1.3 million people streaming the first episode within the first three days of availability. 700,000 of those people finished the entire season in the same timeframe.

With these stellar numbers, it’s not a matter of if GLOW will get a Season 3 greenlight, it’s when.

Source: Deadline