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The 100: Most Viewed Premiere this Season, Earth Skills, Season Promo

Marie Avgeropoulos The 100

The 100 Premiere Breaks Record, Season 1 Episode 2 & Season Promo. The series premiere of The CW‘s The 100 was the most watch season premiere on the station this season. The 100 has also released a TV show trailer for its second episode ‘Earth Skills’ as well a trailer for this upcoming season.

We previous published this review: TV Review: The 100: Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot [The CW, NYCC 2013]

The official press release for The 100‘s season premiere:

THE 100 BLASTS OFF WITH THE CW’S MOST WATCHED SERIES PREMIERE OF THE SEASON

THE 100 is The CW’s Most Watched Show in its Time Period in 3 ½ Years, Most Watched Midseason Premiere in Four Years

ARROW Sees Big Gains Week to Week with The Suicide Squad

March 20, 2014 (Burbank, CA) – The debut of THE 100 was The CW’s most watched new series premiere of the season (2.7 million), and delivered the network’s best total viewer numbers in its time period (Wednesday, 9-10 pm) since 9/8/2010, according to preliminary Live Plus Same Day Nielsen ratings for Wednesday, March 19, 2014.

THE 100 built on its ARROW lead-in by 13% in total viewers, and by 13% in adults 18-49 (0.9/3). It held 88% of its lead-in in adults 18-34 (0.7/2). THE 100 is the first show to build on its ARROW lead-in in the hour in total viewers.

THE 100 was The CW’s most-watched midseason premiere in four years (Life Unexpected, 1/18/10).

Versus SUPERNATURAL in the year-ago time period, THE 100 was up 24% in total viewers.

Compared to the last original episode of THE TOMORROW PEOPLE in the hour, THE 100 was up 114% in total viewers, 133% in adults 18-34, 133% in men 18-34, 100% in women 18-34, 125% in adults 18-49 and 125% in men 18-49.

Also last night, ARROW hit hard with the Suicide Squad in Starling City, and gained 7% versus its last original episode in total viewers (2.4 million), +14% in adults 18-34 (0.8/3), +13% in men 18-34 (0.9/4), and +14% in adults 18-49 (0.8/3).

ARROW tied both ABC and NBC in the hour in A18-34, and beat ABC and NBC in men 18-34.

For the night, The CW was up +46% versus the last week of original episodes (3/5/14) in total viewers (2.5 million), +40% in adults 18-34 (0.7/3), +60% in men 18-34 (0.8/3), +40% in women 18-34 (0.7/2), +33% in adults 18-49 (0.8/3) and +29% in men 18-49 (0.9/3).

The stars and the people behind the scenes of The 100:

The series stars Eliza Taylor (newcomer) as Clarke, Paige Turco (“Person of Interest,” “Damages”) as Abby, Thomas McDonell (“Suburgatory”) as Finn, Eli Goree (“Emily Owens, M.D.”) as Wells, Marie Avgeropoulos (“50/50“) as Octavia, Bob Morley (newcomer) as Bellamy, Kelly Hu (“X2: X-Men United,” “Arrow”) as Cece, Christopher Larkin (“Squad 85”) as Monty, Devon Bostick (“Aim High”) as Jasper, with Isaiah Washington (upcoming “Blue Caprice,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) as Chancellor Jaha, and Henry Ian Cusick (“Lost,” “Scandal”) as Kane.

Based on the upcoming book series by Kass Morgan, THE 100 is from Bonanza Productions Inc. in association with Alloy Entertainment, Warner Bros. Television and CBS Television Studios with executive producers Matthew Miller (“Human Target,” “Chuck”), Jason Rothenberg (upcoming “Twilight Zone” feature), Bharat Nalluri (“Torchwood,” “Emily Owens, M.D.”), Leslie Morgenstein (“The Vampire Diaries”) and Gina Girolamo (“The Secret Circle”). The pilot was directed by Bharat Nalluri.

A Marie Avgeropoulos, The 100 image:

Marie Avgeropoulos The 100

Marie Avgeropoulos The 100

 

Watch The 100: Season 1, Episode 2: Earth Skills TV show trailer, the ‘This Season on The 100’ promo, and leave your thoughts on them and how well the season premiere did in the comments section below. For more The 100 photos, videos, and information, visit our The 100 Page, subscribe to us by Email, follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, or on Facebook.

Earth Skills Promo

This Season on The 100 Promo

Source: The CW, Spoilertv

 

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