February 28, 2011 04:00 PM by Ryan Haidet
Up directly against American Idol on Wednesday nights, Survivor: Redemption Island has seen a dip in the ratings this season posting the lowest premiere in the show’s history. While the first episode this season only carried 11.17 million viewers, episode two brought in stronger ratings. But not by much.
But despite these numbers, let’s be honest. Survivor is holding strong against one of the toughest competitors in television. A show that has been on for 22 seasons and still gets this many people to sit down and watch is absolutely amazing. Survivor has done remarkably well.
I hope the uptick in ratings is a trend we see for the rest of Survivor: Redemption Island. This season has proven it’s worth watching with a very entertaining start as fans can’t seem to stop chattering about it.
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