(NEW YORK) — Fuller House filled a lot of houses following its premiere on Netflix in February.
The spin-off of the beloved 1987-1995 sitcom averaged 14.4 million viewers in the advertiser-friendly 18- to 49-year-old demographic in the first 35 days after its release, according to data from SymphonyAM VideoPulse.
That’s a really impressive number, putting in on the level of two of TV’s most-watched programs, AMC’s The Walking Dead and NBC’s Sunday Night Football, IndieWire notes.
A second season of Fuller House is in the works.
The hit documentary series Making a Murderer was nearly in Fuller House territory, averaging 13.4 million viewers in the 35 days after its debut on Netflix.
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