Big Bror Revolution proclaimed on Thursday 14th Hugo as a winner. It did before 1,633,000 spectators (15% of screen share) and after an edition that has closed as least view of history of format, with an average of 1,484,000 spectators (14.3% of screen quota). Big Bror 17, last year's edition, which had been least seen so far, had achieved an average of 2,192,000 spectators. With 88 days of duration, it has also been shortest edition of all.
The most visible delivery of this edition was its premiere, with 1,809,000 spectators (16.2%). In addition, for first time, GH Revolution has not exceeded in any of its galas 2 million of spectators nor 20% of screen share in a television season in which all chains have noticed a decline in both figures of audiences and in distribution of Porce Ntaje of total cake. The least-viewed issue of this edition of Big Bror was Gala 11, with 1,252,000 spectators (12.2%), least seen gala of history of format in Spain.
The series I'm alive, at 1, has been hardest rival of reality. This Thursday, coinciding with end of 18th edition of Big Bror, fiction closed its first season before 2,304,000 spectators (14.7%), being as leader of night.