The Lord of the Skies 6, loses almost half a million viewers without Rafael Amaya

The sixth season of The Lord of the Skies concluded his transmissions through the front door on Monday. The successful Telemundo super-series that the well-known Mexican actor Rafael Amaya leads since 2013 attracted 2,061,000 viewers (P2 +), 1,125,000 adults 18-49 and 475,000 adults 18-34 in its latest chapter, according to Nielsen data.

The outcome of the fiction written by Luis Zelkowicz was not only the leading space of its time slot compared to La piloto (Univision), which does not finish off with 1,085,000 (P2 +), but also became once again the most watched program of Spanish-language television.

10PM
1. The Lord of the heavens: 2,061,000 (P2 +)
2. The pilot: 1,085,000 (P2 +)

Top 3
1. The Lord of the heavens: 2,061,000 (P2 +)
2. The Rose of Guadalupe: 1,821,000 (P2 +)
3. The rich man and Lazarus: 1,754,0000 (P2 +)

Despite the absence of its protagonist, Rafael Amaya, who stopped appearing in the superset since mid-July after his character, Aurelio Casillas, was left in a coma; the superserie managed to maintain the interest of the public and said goodbye in style with a renewed cast led by Matías Novoa and Isabella Castillo, who are real life sweethearts.

 

The Lord of the Skies experienced a notable decrease in audience with respect to the end of the fifth season, which did feature the leading role of Amaya. To be more exact, the super-series lost almost half a million viewers (P2 +) if we compared both outcomes.

End The Lord of the heavens 5: 2,544,000 (P2 +)
End The Lord of the heavens 6: 2,061,000 (P2 +)

A loss of audience that is not surprising if we take into account the numerous criticisms received in social networks the outcome among fans of the super-series.

“The worst end of all seasons. A disaster as they ruined the series. Without Rafael Amaya it does not make any sense “, was the comment that was repeated in networks.

Could it be that Telemundo will take note and bring back Amaya in the next season?

Source: People En Español

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