Sci Fi Channel’s premiere of Lost garnered a 1.0 household rating and more than 1.26 million viewers Monday night.
Network officials said Lost helped it attract more than 653,000 viewers 18-49 between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET—the network’s best primetime audience since Jan. 1, 2007.
In addition, Sci Fi was the sixth-most-watched cable entertainment network among 25-54 viewers during this primetime period and ranked No. 8 among 18-49 viewers, according to Nielsen Media Research.
Lost also drew strong ratings on G4, which incorporated interactive pop-ups—what the network calls Lost in 2.0—with trivia and character information during the series’ premiere on the network. Lost on G4 has reached over 700,000 total viewers since its premiere. Lost in 2.0 garnered a 33% improvement over G4’s total day household rating.