The first season of “Fuller House,” Netflix’s revival of the iconic 1990s sitcom “Full House,” was famously one of the streaming service’s highest rated original series according to numerous tracking firms.
Now, Symphony Advanced Media has released new data on the series in the wake of the release of the show’s second season last Friday. The ratings-measurement company suggests the new episodes weren’t so well received, the show averaging a 2.01 rating among adults 18-49 in Live+3 ratings.
That number is down 62% from the 5.30 rating averaged by the show’s first season. The S2 premiere on its own drew a 3.32 rating, which is down 67% from the season two premiere’s 10.16 rating.
Symphony also suggests the average rating for the entire thirteen-episode first season was inflated by high viewership for the premiere with only 9% of the viewership which tried out the first season pilot returning for the second season premiere.
Netflix executives have claimed in the past that Symphony ratings for their shows are inaccurate.