2017 ALCS ON FOX & FS1 AVERAGING 5,815,000 VIEWERS,
OFF TO BEST START SINCE 2013
Game 3 Delivered 5,393,000 Viewers Across FS1, FOX Deportes & FOX Sports GO
Game 3 Peaked with 7,096,000 Viewers on FS1
New York - The 2017 American League Championship Series presented by Camping World between the New York Yankees and Houston Astros is off to a strong start, averaging 5,815,000 through three games on FOX & FS1, according to Nielsen Media Research. The series is up +57% over the 2016 ALCS (3,705,000), and is off to its best start since 2013.
With the Astros notching the first two wins of the series, Game 3 in the Bronx delivered 5,393,000 viewers across FS1 (5,108,000), FOX Deportes (200,000) and FOX Sports GO (85,000).
On FS1, the primetime matchup was up +19% over Game 3 of the 2016 ALCS that ran in the same window (4,287,000). The game peaked from 9:30 to 9:45pm ET with 7,096,000 viewers.
FOX Deportes' coverage was up +41% over Game 3 of the 2015 ALCS contest between the Kansas City Royals and Houston Astros (142,000), airing on FOX Deportes. The 2017 ALCS on FOX Deportes is averaging 178,000 viewers, up +89% over the 2015 ALCS (90,000).
On FOX Sports GO, Game 3 was the best performing contest of the 2017 ALCS thus far, up +13% over the series average to-date (75,000). Last night's matchup also recorded a total of 18,340,900 minutes streamed.