NCIS: Sydney stands poised for an official renewal following a robust performance during its broadcast season in the USA.
According to Forbes, NCIS: Sydney consistently ranked among the top-viewed programs on broadcast television, maintaining an average of 5 million viewers per week and pulling in between 4.7 million and 5.5 million viewers, as per Nielsen data.
The series finale, airing on Jan. 23, secured the 10th position among the most popular broadcast programs of the week, trailing only behind NFL conference championship programming, Chicago Med, Chicago Fire, 60 Minutes, Chicago PD, and Law And Order: SVU.
Throughout its eight-episode span, NCIS: Sydney consistently outperformed other high-ranking shows such as The Masked Singer, Shark Tank, and Celebrity Jeopardy. In four of its eight weeks, it even surpassed all other broadcast television programs except NFL programming, 60 Minutes, The Voice, Survivor, and Dancing with the Stars.
CBS boasts that the show, produced by Endemol Shine Australia, reached nearly 24 million unique viewers in its inaugural season, becoming the network’s top primetime entertainment series based on multi-platform viewing.
With plans for a Free-to-Air screening on 10 starting from late May, the momentum of NCIS: Sydney seems poised to continue its success.