There are two big ways for “Survivor” to overtake “The Bachelor” and “The Amazing Race” – it has more nominees every year, according to Uswitch’s Google search, and it continues to gain more viewers. Here’s what the data found and how other reality shows and game shows stack up.
“Survivor” Almost Double the Number of App Search Instances Compared to “The Bachelor”
In a press release, Uswitch revealed that he analyzed Google search data over a 12-month period (May 2020 to June 2021) and during that period, âSurvivorâ performed an average of nearly 80,000 searches for a form. request. âThe Bachelorâ was far behind with just over 40,000 searches. “The Amazing Race” came in third with almost 35,000 searches.
The rest of the Top 20 is as follows:
4. (tie) “The Circle” and “Big Brother”, 19,200
6. “The Bachelorette”, 12,000
7. (tie) “Love Island” and “The Chase, 10,560
9. “Quarrel family”, 8640
10. “Are you the only one”, 7080
11. (tie) “Supermarket Sweep”, “Wheel of Fortune” and “Wipeout”, 5760
14. (tie) “Love Is Blind”, “The Voice”, “The Floor Is Lava”, “Name That Tune” and “90 Day Fiance”, 4680
19. (tie) “Masterchef” and “mince”, 3840
Speaking of “Survivor” apps, the casting process for seasons 43 and 44 has begun. Alex Stern, casting producer for “Survivor”, “The Amazing Race”, “Married at First Sight”, “Big Brother”, “Top Chef” and “Love is Blind”, recently tweeted: “THE CASTING OF SURVIVOR A START ! Go to http://cbssurvivorcasting.com to submit a video and app. Although I am not working on Survivor, the very talented @JesseTannenbaum has hired an amazing team!
On the application site, CBS advises potential applicants to keep the video under three minutes and be themselves – “We want to know who you are as a person. How will your life experience help you -” she to win the game? How will you interact with the other tribe members? When you describe yourself, be sure to cite real-life examples. We love a good story! says the Casting Tips page.
Reviews tell the same story
When you watch the ratings of the top non-streaming shows on the roster, they tell pretty much the same story as the entry numbers.
The final season of âSurvivorâ drew an average of 9.3 million live viewers +7, according to The Hollywood Reporter. In case you didn’t know, Live + 7 ratings mean the total number of viewers between the number of people who watched it live and the number of those who watched it on their DVR in the week following the broadcast. original air date of each episode.
The most recent season of “The Bachelor”, Season 25 with Matt James, averaged 6.46 million live viewers + 7 and season 32 of “The Amazing Race” was 5.41 million, according to The Hollywood Reporter. This means that “Survivor” wins nearly 45% more viewers than “The Bachelor” and nearly 75% more viewers than “The Amazing Race”.
The most recent full season of “Big Brother,” which aired on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from August to October 2020, averaged just over 5 million Live + 7 viewers, and the season completes the most recent of âThe Bachelorette,â Season 16 starring Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams, averaged just over 6 million Live + 7 viewers, which actually puts it ahead of âThe Amazing Raceâ and âBig Brotherâ. Â», But still well behindÂ« Survivor Â».
âSurvivorâ returns Wednesday, September 22 at 8 p.m. ET / PT on CBS. âBig Brotherâ and âThe Bacheloretteâ are currently airing on CBS and ABC, respectively.
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