The final episode of ¿Quién es la máscara? reached 2 million Total Viewers 2+ on the US Hispanic network and became the highest-rated episode of its season.
Last Sunday night, Univision premiered the final episode of ¿Quién es la máscara?, the adaptation of the Korean format The Masked Singer that it shares with Televisa.
And, following the trend for the entire season, it led the night in the US among the Hispanic audience. But it also became the episode with the highest ratings of its season.
The finale attracted 2 million Total Viewers 2+, 707,000 Adults 18-49 and 327,000 Adults 18-34, record figures for the season.
As detailed from Unvision, the audience for this series increased by double digits during the first half hour among Total Viewers 2+ (+ 62%), Adults 18-49 (+ 92%) and Adults 18-34 (+ 80%) and It positioned Univision ahead of FOX and The CW during the hours of 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm and overnight among the top three demographic groups.
The show also had a double-digit audience increase compared to the previous week among Total Viewers 2+ (+ 22%), Adults 18-49 (+ 14%) and Adults 18-34 (+ 29%) and promoted Univision to the First place among all-night Spanish-language television networks, with a two- to three-digit audience advantage over Telemundo among Total Viewers 2+ (+ 86% advantage), Adults 18-49 advantage of (+ 76%) and Adults 18-34 (advantage of + 132%).