In 2020, some “Big Brother” followers had been upset with season 22. Many folks needed to see all new gamers somewhat than returning all-stars and located the gameplay predictable.
In the summer time of 2021, “Big Brother 23” tried to ship what followers had been asking for: a totally recent cast, extra range within the “Big Brother” home than ever earlier than, and a groups twist designed to hopefully forestall a big alliance from forming early within the sport.
“Big Brother 23” was certainly historic. The all-Black Cookout alliance managed to hide themselves for all the season, get to the ultimate six collectively, and make sure the show received its first Black winner. The season additionally gave us Tiffany Mitchell, who is likely to be probably the most broadly revered “Big Brother” participant since Derrick Levasseur of “Big Brother 16.”
But some followers nonetheless discovered the season predictable, since The Cookout’s allegiance to one another was so ironclad they usually had been so typically in energy. So did rankings go down this season? How do that season’s rankings examine to previous seasons?
Here’s what you’ll want to know.
‘Big Brother 23’ Ratings
According to Deadline, 3.47 million folks tuned in to the “Big Brother 23” season finale. That means there was an roughly 13% decline in viewership from the season premiere on July 13, which 4.01 million folks watched.
“Survivor,” which aired the hour earlier than the “Big Brother 23” finale on the identical community, pulled in 5.69 million viewers.Finale day rankings had been additionally down from final yr’s “Big Brother” finale, which 3.77 million folks tuned in to.
How ‘Big Brother 23’ Ratings Compare to Other Past Seasons
It’s no shock that “Big Brother” rankings have dropped because the early 2000s. With an abundance of leisure choices and streaming platforms, fewer folks watch community tv than they did when “Big Brother” first premiered in 2000.
Still, how do “Big Brother 23” rankings examine to previous seasons? According to TV Series Finale, the common variety of viewers per episode for “Big Brother 16” in 2014 was 6.39 million. “Big Brother 16” is taken into account the most effective “fashionable” seasons of “Big Brother.”
“Big Brother” viewership since season 16 reveals an general decline (all numbers from TV Series Finale):