Last night’s grand finale of Telemundo’s "La Casa de Los Famosos" ranked first in Spanish-language TV during its 7-10 pm timeslot, delivering 605,000 Adults 18-49 and over 1.6 million total viewers, according to Nielsen. The hit reality competition that crowned actress Ivonne Montero as champion drove Telemundo to rank as the #1 Spanish-language TV network in primetime and the #2 broadcast network, regardless of language, among adults 18-49 for the night. "La Casa de los Famosos" is an Endemol Shine Boomdog production, a division of Banijay, under the executive production of Francisco “Cisco” Suarez, Executive Vice President of Primetime Non-Scripted Programming for Telemundo, with Pancho Calvo as executive producer and Pablo Alonso as showrunner of the reality competition.
In addition, in its final week on-air, the show propelled Telemundo to be the leader in Spanish-language TV in weekday prime (excluding sports and specials) among Adults 18-49 and total viewers. Throughout the last five weeks, the reality competition led in its 7-9 pm timeslot, outperforming Univision by +15%, with an average of 439,000 versus 382,000 adults 18 to 49 years old. Locally, the three-hour coast-to-coast live broadcast was the first program regardless of language and across all broadcast in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Phoenix, as well as the leader in Spanish-language TV programs in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, Phoenix, Washington D.C. and Atlanta among adults 18-49.
According to Talkwalker Social Content Ratings, the finale ranked as the leader in most social reality series on TV and the most social episode across all Hispanic TV with 956,587 total interactions across Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. Since the second season's premiere, Telemundo.com and the Telemundo Entretenimiento YouTube channel outperformed season one with a total of 52 million live feed views, +59% more than season one, and delivered 1.3 billion minutes, also +59% versus season. LaCasadelosFamosos.com garnered 76 million votes throughout the 13 weeks of the competition. Season two also broke live linear records, making it the most viewed reality finale on the Telemundo App and ranked first in linear simulcast on Telemundo App during its full run with linear views up +57% vs. season one totals, becoming the top show in linear simulcast views and minutes watched on the App.
The second season of "La Casa de Los Famosos," which will return in 2023 for its third season, opened a window into celebrities’ most intimate moments, offering viewers an unfiltered and unparalleled multiplatform experience via linear and 24/7 exclusive access via a streaming feed on Telemundo.com. The reality show featured more than 60 hidden cameras and 60 microphones that captured the housemates’ every move, 24/7. Viewers were able to witness the dynamic alliances, rivalries, and romances each week, in addition to casting their vote to ultimately decide which housemate would be crowned the winner of the coveted $200,000 cash prize at the end of the competition.