Antenna Greece launched its first glittering season of Rising Star attracting an incredible 35% average audience share and more than 1 MILLION viewers, making it the most watched show of the day.
The launch compares favourably to other local versions of international talent shows, for example The Voice season two, which aired on SKAI with a 27% average is share.
RCTI began its second season of Rising Star, attracting an audience share of average 20% of all viewers. The number suggests a loyal following from season one, which peaked with a 22% share during its finale. Of the course over the first season, RISING STAR Indonesia increased its audience share by an impressive 137% . By the last four episodes, it was the most-watched show of the night across the country.
The lastest international version the latest of the show to be announced is Rising Star India, it will launch in 2017 on Colors Viacom18 and will be the first ever voting real time show in the country. To the in Addition original version on Keshet Channel 2 Which is soon to launch its fourth season, more than ten international versions of Rising Star have aired four Across Continents with more than 180 Receipts votes cast worldwide.
Of the Majority in the territories it’s aired, Rising Star has new Milestones Achieved in terms of audience share, and digital engagement. In Portugal the show beat off competition from the World Cup soccer fixtures throughout the season, in Hungary it was the leading show of the week 10 out of 14 weeks on air and regularly outperformed its nearest competitor’s audience share by 100%. In Brazil and Argentina, Globo and Telefe enjoyed consistent audience shares of 30% across each season and the downloads of each channel’s app were increased by 1 and 2 million users respectively.