For those of you looking the Good Behavior season 2 premiere ratings, we’ve got that for you — and it comes along with some good news!
The first episode of the Michelle Dockery series ended up drawing in total a 0.2 rating in the 18-49 demographic along with close to 690,000 viewers. While this may not be earth-shattering for TNT, it does surpass some of what the show did at the start of the first season. If you recall the premiere episode drew just a 0.1 rating and around 570,000 viewers. This is a start that the show can build from, and if it can find more viewers there may be a way for it to easily topple some of how it performed last year.
We do think that Good Behavior is one of those shows that really does need to demonstrate a certain degree of year-to-year improvement, mostly because if it doesn’t it will be forced to combat some more rumors about its future. This is a show that, more than anything, just needs a little more attention put upon it outside of TNT. We think that it has a number of the components that you need: A great cast, smart storytelling, and a title that is reasonably memorable. It also has a vibe that is slightly reminiscent of White Collar, another show that we loved for many years. It just needs to figure out a way to get more attention in an era of Peak TV where there are roughly a million or so shows to watch at any given time. In the mist of all of that sometimes it is difficult to find the place in which you are meant to shine.
We’ll be keeping track of the Good Behavior season 2 ratings for most of the season — if you’ve got a quality enough show we do think that it’s worth fighting for. We hope that most of you who do watch the show continue to do so live and try to get the word out there about it.
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