Gerard Piqué’s treble in Mediaset is already a reality, the former football player still does not fit into the Cuatro grid and another week the audience has fallen again. The Kings League, after three weeks of airing on television, has not been able to convince viewers as its data does not bode well for the future of the league.
Last Sunday, the King’s League match between Pio FC and 1K Fútbol Club was broadcast on Cuatro. This Gerard Pique league match satisfied 249,000 spectators and received only a 2.3% share.
The telecast of the King’s League in Cuatro causes the series to lose 4.6% share compared to the previous broadcast and a loss of over 440,000 viewers. Some data that concerns the Fuencaral series.
For its part, The Queen’s League, which aired last Saturday, saw an even further decline in viewership, with a worrying 1.8% share and just over 160,000 viewers. Gérard Pique’s The Women’s League lost over 350,000 viewers and four percentage points in audience share compared to its predecessor in Cuatro.
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The premiers of the two leagues scored: 3.5% share and 295,000 viewers in the Queen’s League and 3.5% and 382,000 viewers in the King’s League. But in their following weeks they lost more than one share point: the Queen’s League 2.6% and 232,000 viewers, and the King’s League 2.5% share and 259,000 viewers.