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EXATLON FINALE DOMINATES SUNDAY NIGHT PROPELLING TELEMUNDO AS #1 SPANISH-LANGUAGE NETWORK IN PRIME AMONG ALL KEY DEMOS

The Much-Anticipated Finale Was the Highest-rated Weekend Primetime Show on Spanish-language Television, Outperforming Univision’s Reality “Nuestra Belleza Latina” Among All Key Demos

Driven by Exatlon, Telemundo Ranks as the Undisputed Leader Sunday 8-11pm This Season Among Adults 18-49 and 18-34

MIAMI – November 6, 2018 – The much-anticipated Sunday finale of “Exatlon,” Telemundo’s sport reality competition, averaged 1,823,000 total viewers and 845,000 adults 18-49, according to Nielsen, outperforming Univision’s “Nuestra Belleza Latina” by +34% among total viewers (1,364,000), and +66% among adults 18-49 (509,000). The final 3-hour episode propelled Telemundo as the #1 Spanish-language network in primetime among total viewers, adults 18-49 and adults 18-34. During its finale, “Exatlon” was the most social primetime program against Univision, generating 104,551 global actions across social platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The full run of the first season of the hit reality-sports competition, which premiered on July 16, averaged 1,165,000 total viewers and 530,000 adults 18-49, ranking as the #1 primetime reality Monday-Friday on Spanish-language television this year. On Sundays of eliminations, “Exatlon” outperformed Univision’s reality shows “Mira Quien Baila” among adults 18-49 (+7%, 518,000 vs 482,000) and adults 18-34 (+16%, 228,000 vs 197,000) and “Nuestra Belleza Latina” among adults 18-49 (+16%, 666,000 vs 576,000) and adults 18-34 (+20%, 292,000 vs 243,000).

Fueled by the reality show’s performance, this season Telemundo ranks as the undisputed #1 Spanish-language network on Sunday 8-11pm leading Univision by 5% (597,000 vs. 567,000) among adults 18-49 and by 14% (260,000 vs. 228,000) among 18-34

“Exatlon,” Telemundo’s innovative, family-friendly format, thrilled Hispanic audiences since its premiere this summer, and concluded this past Sunday, November 4 with the final battle between military-man Kenny Ochoa and the Olympic gymnast Maricela “Chelly” Cantú who won the competition, becoming the first-ever woman to win “Exatlon” globally. The second season of “Exatlon” will premiere soon.

Source: Nielsen, NPM, Live + SD, Exatlon Mon – Fri (7/16/18 – 10/26/18), Exatlon Sun (7/22/18 – 11/4/18), Exatlon Sun vs Univision Mira Quien Baila, 8-10PM strict daypart (7/29/18 – 9/16/18), Exatlon Sun vs Univision Nuestra Belleza Latina 8-10PM strict daypart (9/23/18 – 11/4/18). Telemundo 8-11PM Season ranking (9/24/18 – 11/4/18), P18-34, P18-49, P2+. Shareablee, 11/4/2018.

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