The final episode of the new version of Yo Soy Betty la Fea ranked as the number one prime time dama series among all networks in the US with adults 18-49 and 18-34, according to Nielsen.
The finale of Telemundo’s hit original production Betty en NY, a modern adaptation of the television global phenomena Yo Soy Betty la Fea, ranked as the # 1 primetime drama series in the US among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34, according to Nielsen.
In addition, it was the #1 Spanish-language program in primetime among adults 18-49, adults 18-34 and total viewers.
Starring breakthrough actress Elyfer Torres, the finale of the family-friendly series averaged 808,000 adults 18-49, 352,000 adults 18-34, and over 1.7 million in total viewers, outperforming Univision’s Sin Miedo a la Verdad in all key demos.
The finale was also the #1 most social primetime drama series regardless of language, according to Nielsen Social.
Additionally, Betty en NY was also the #1 program in primetime on finale night, regardless of language, in Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Dallas among adults 18-49.
During the series’ full run, Telemundo also ranked as the #3 network, regardless of language, in the 9:00pm timeslot among adults 18-34 behind ABC and NBC and outperforming FOX, CBS, CW and all cable networks including TNT, ESPN & Adult Swim, MTV, and TBS.
The first scripted production filmed at Telemundo Center, Betty en NY ranked as the #1 regularly-scheduled program at 9pm in Spanish-language broadcast television season-to-date averaging 675,000 adults 18-49 and 283,000 adults 18-34.
According to Nielsen Social, the series was also the #2 most social Hispanic primetime entertainment series during its full run, only ranking behind the network’s own La Reina del Sur 2 and generated more than 3 billion engagements across all platforms including television, digital and social media.
A Telemundo Global Studios production, the dramedy reimagined one of the most influential stories in global broadcast history, Yo Soy Betty, la fea, for a new generation of viewers.
The all-star cast also includes Erick Elías and Sabrina Seara, with a special participation from Aaron Díaz, César Bono, Saúl Lizaso, Héctor Suárez Gomís, Alma Delfina, Jeimy Osorio and Sylvia Sáenz.
Created by Fernando Gaitán, the original Colombian telenovela inspired several versions around the world, including Germany, The Netherlands, Russia, India, Turkey, Greece, Spain and Brazil. Ugly Betty, the award-winning U.S. version starring America Ferrera, ran for four seasons on network television.