18 FEB 2022

The finale of “Vencer el Pasado” gathered excellent ratings for Univision

Tuesday night’s finale of TelevisaUnivision’s drama reached 2.5 million Total Viewers 2+ during its one-hour telecast and made Univision the number two network on all of television.

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Tuesday night’s finale of “Vencer el Pasado” (Overcome the Past), the third drama in the critically acclaimed “Vencer” franchise, airing at 9 pm ET/PT and an original production by TelevisaUnivision, reached 2.5 million Total Viewers 2+ during its one-hour telecast and made Univision the number two network on all of television, regardless of language, in the 9 pm hour and for the entire night.

The finale averaged 2.1 million Total Viewers 2+, 829.000 Adults 18-49 and 309.000 Adults 18-34, marking its second highest-rated telecast in its full-run among Total Viewers 2+. “Vencer el Pasado” also delivered double-digit audience growth compared to its premiere telecast among Total Viewers 2+ (+33%), Adults 18-49 (+38%) and Adults 18-34 (+28%).

Furthermore, the show ranked as the second and third most-watched program on all of television, regardless of language, during primetime among Adults 18-49 and Adults 18-34, respectively. It was also the number one program on all of television, regardless of language, on this night with US Hispanics among Total Viewers 2+ and Adults 18-49.

“Vencer el Pasado” propelled Univision to a first-place finish on Spanish-language television for the entire night with double-digit audience advantages over Telemundo among Total Viewers 2+ (+63% advantage), Adults 18-49 (+78% advantage) and Adults 18-34 (+89% advantage). In its full run, “Vencer el Pasado” averaged 1.7 million Total Viewers 2+, 702.000 Adults 18-49 and 251.000 Adults 18-34.

Lastly, “Vencer el Pasado” ranks among the top 5 most-watched primetime dramas on all of television, regardless of language, in the current 2021/2022 season alongside other Univision titles with No. 1 “Si Nos Dejan,” No. 2 “La Desalmada,” No. 3 “Soltero Con Hijas,” No. 4 “Vencer el Pasado,” and No. 5 “Madre” among US Hispanic Adults 18-49.