Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Auds hurry to Discovery's 'Gold'
There's gold for the reason that thar show: Discovery Channel's frosh hourlong unscripted skein "Gold Hurry" may be the network's No. 1 series for that year, striking 5.4 million audiences last Friday and tugging inside a season-to-date average of four.3 million. Its 12 ,. 16 airing was cable's most-viewed program from the evening and was because the top-ranked show on tv -- broadcast or cable -- in grown ups 18-49 (2.1 rating/7 share), based on Nielsen. When it comes to contemporary economic worries, "Gold Hurry" covers the majority of the bases: The series follows six laid-off casualties from the publish-housing-crash economy using their home town of Sandy, Ore. to Porcupine Creek, Ala., where they prospect for good-more-valuable gold because they gradually take in the $150,000 they have crawled together for that expedition. The show has obtained steady gains over its eight segs total viewership began off in a modest 3.3 million in October and broke some million mark by November. 11. The amounts place the series available online for -- and above, at the moment -- Discovery fittings including "Most harmful Catch" and "American Chopper." Series, initially "Gold Hurry Alaska," is created by Raw Television and it is, oddly, only some of the recruiting-designed reality show to become revealed within the last couple of several weeks. National Geographic Funnel greenlit 13 expanded polystyrene of "Goldfather" in Sept. "Gold Hurry" also advantages of a strong online presence, with publish-show online content serving some two million streams this year up to now. Contact Mike Thielman at email@example.com