Four Elements Challenge Breaks its Own US Record

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by @todotvnews the 05/12/2018
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For its second season, Televisa's competition and adventure reality registered its best week in terms of audiences during its broadcast on Hispanic network UniMas. 

Televisa's original format Four Elements Challenge: Extreme Nature continues its path of success with its second season.
The new season, which aired in the US on UniMas on August 14 (a day after its Mexican debut on Canal 5), reached its best weekly numbers since its launch.

According to data from Nielsen, in the week from November 16 to November 2, Four Elements Challenge registered an average of 337,000 viewers total 2+ during its primetime slot. In addition, it also reached 168,000 adults 18-49 and 74,000 18-34.

Thus, the format reached its third consecutive week of growth in total viewers and in adults 19-49, as well as in adults 18-34.

With those numbers, UniMas managed to bring in more adults than Azteca and Estrella TV combined during primetime.

Four Elements Challenge puts the physical and mental abilities of celebrities to the test as they get divided into seven groups in order to face extremely difficult challenges inspired in nature's four elements: earth, water, fire and air.

Recently, Colombian network RCN announced that it will air the local adaptation of the format, Four Elements Challenge Colombia in 2019. The adaptation will be produced by 5 y 6 Producciones.

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