The TV Ratings are in for the final week of The Spring League regular season and the returns are very promising.
FOX’s telecast of The Spring League Saturday afternoon game between The Jousters and Sea-Lions registered 461,000 viewers. Even though the game started earlier than normal at 12 noon ET, the league’s regular-season finale viewership total makes it the most-watched TSL game to date across all FOX Networks.
The TV ratings for the Saturday night game on FS2 between the Generals and Blues were not available as of press time.
For those who missed it. Here is the link to last week’s tv ratings for The Spring League.
The Spring League will complete its 2021 season with its Championship Game this coming Saturday at 3 pm ET on FOX. The Hal Mumme led Linemen will square off against Kevin Gilbride, Luis Perez, and the Jousters.
With news of the USFL on the horizon and its return in 2022. The Spring League could be having its swan song this Saturday before fading into the background for the United States Football League on FOX next spring. It will be interesting to see how The Spring League does in the ratings for their championship game. And whether or not, their first big announcement about the USFL comes during the ‘Mega Bowl’ on FOX.
Here are the rest of The Spring League’s TV ratings from Week 6.
Friday, June 11 The Spring League TV Ratings (Courtesy of FOX)
- The Linemen bested the Alphas 27-22 in the first game of FS1’s TSL doubleheader, and the game posted 95,000 viewers, a +217% jump from the 30,000 viewers the league averaged on the network last fall.
- The Conquerors downed the Aviators 16-9 in the second game of the doubleheader, and it drew 64,000 viewers, up +113% from the 30,000 viewers the league averaged on the network last fall.
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