After opening to a viewership audience of 3.91 million with its premiere episode in September 2019, ‘Mixed-ish’ – the prequel spinoff sitcom from ABC juggernaut comedy ‘Black-ish’ – continued to draw strong ratings across the remainder of its 24-episode season 1 run, a consistency rewarded with a season 2 renewal.
Just 7 months after its first season’s finale, the Tika Sumpter & Mark-Paul Gosselaar-led series returned to screens January 26.
And if the viewership figures are anything to judge by, fans of the show apparently couldn’t wait to see the latest happenings of “Bow,” “Paul,” “Harrison,” Alicia,” and the gang.
Viewership: 2.67 million
While the number of viewers who tuned in for the ‘Mixed-ish’ season 2 premiere pale in comparison to its series’ launch, the figure is consistent with the average viewership size for its season 1, higher than its season 1 finale, and just enough to win Tuesday night’s showdown (January 26).
For its airing hour (9-10p EST), only two other scripted shows across cable and broadcast networks combined drew in larger audiences: ‘Black-ish’ (ABC) and ‘FBI’ (CBS).
See the ratings chart below: