TBS's second episode of Conan earned a 2.0 household rating in the metered markets Tuesday night.
That was down 29% from the premiere episode's 2.8 overnight household rating Monday night, according to Nielsen datra.
The Nov. 9 installment also dropped among total viewers to 2.8 million, down from Monday's 4.1 million. Conan's second show on the "very funny" network drew 2.1 million viewers in the key adults 18-to-49 demo, with the show's median age still tracking around 30, according to TBS officials.
Conan's rating trailed NBC's The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2.5),CBS's Late Show with David Letterman (3.0), and ABC's Nightline (3.2) in the metered markets, but bested ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live (1.7), NBC's Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (1.2) and CBS's Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (1.5).