TV One announced that its popular docu-series Unsung Hollywood delivered its highest rated episode in the history of the series. Premiering Wednesday, February 25, the episode profiling comedic actor Redd Foxx delivered .43 P25-54 rating (254K) and .72 Household rating (410K). Next week’s Unsung Hollywood profiles comedienne and talk show host Sheryl Underwood on Wednesday, March 4 at 8PM/ET.
Additional ratings highlights include:
- The Redd Foxx Episode posted an +81% increase vs. prior week episode in key demo P25-54 (254K vs. 140K) and +69% increase among HHLDS (410K vs. 242K)
- Unsung Hollywood Season 2 average is currently up double-digits vs. Season 1: +41% among P25-54 (214K vs. 152K) and +49% among HHLDS (320K vs. 214K)
Source: Nielsen TV Toolbox (Live + Same Day Data)
Unsung Hollywood shines a spotlight on groundbreaking entertainers who devoted their lives to making their mark in movies, television, comedy and sports — and in the process, helped elevate and transform our world. Unsung Hollywood continues the legacy of the flagship series Unsung by being a vehicle in which to answer questions through in-depth personal interviews and exclusive footage, along with revelations from industry associates and loved ones.
Unsung Hollywood is Executive Produced by Arthur Smith, Kent Weed, Mark Rowland, and Frank Sinton of A. Smith & Co. Production for TV One. Henry Schipper is Co-Executive Producer. Lamar Chase serves as Producer for TV One. Executive In Charge of Production is Robyn Greene Arrington. D’Angela Proctor is Head of Original Programming and Production for the network.
About TV One:
Launched in January 2004, TV One (www.tvone.tv) serves 57 million households, offering a broad range of real-life and entertainment-focused original programming, classic series, movies and music designed to entertain and inform a diverse audience of adult Black viewers. The network is the exclusive home of News One Now, the only live daily news program targeting Black viewers. In December 2008, the company launched TV One High Def, which now serves 14 million households. TV One is owned by Radio One [NASDAQ: ROIA and ROIAK, www.radio-one.com], the largest radio company that primarily targets Black and urban listeners, and Comcast Corporation [NASDAQ: CMCSA, CMCSK), www.comcast.com], one of the nation's leading providers of entertainment, information and communications products and services.