Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's 'Titan Games' Draws 6.5 Million Viewers In Series Premiere On NBC

Some great news for NBC and Dwayne Johnson.

NBC and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson partnered up to present the competition series 'Titan Games'. The show premiered on January 3rd and it was a two-hour season premiere and half of the two hour show has been uploaded to the 'Titan Games' YouTube channel. The ratings for 'Titan Games' are in courtesy of 'ShowBuzzDaily' and the two-hour premiere drew in 6.5 million viewers in the 18-49 age demographic.

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'Titan Games' reeled in a 1.8 for that aforementioned age demographic and the premiere episode is officially NBC's biggest Thursday night draw besides sports broadcasts dating back to early 2017. Host Dwayne Johnson commented on the numbers and expressed his excitement about the ratings that the show did for its premiere episode.

'Titan Games' competitor and former TNA X Division Champion Robbie E did an interview recently in-which he talked about how he got on 'Titan Games' and to read that interview, click here.

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