True Detective Season 4 Episode 3 Surpasses Succession’s Viewership

Season 4 Episode 3 of True Detective, titled “Night Country,” garnered 2.7 million viewers across HBO and HBO Max on the third Sunday night in the US.

This surpassed the viewership of Succession Season 4 Episode 3, which had 2.5 million viewers.

The episode saw a 3.9% increase from the previous Sunday and a 35% increase from the season premiere despite competing with football playoffs.

True Detective: Night Country Season 4 Premiere accumulated 10.7 million viewers after 15 days since its release.

Episode 2 reached 8 million viewers after 8 days since its release, surpassing the viewership of Succession and The White Lotus at the same point in time.
Season Details:

Season 4 stars Jodie Foster and Kali Reis as detectives Liz Danvers and Evangeline Navarro, set in snowy Alaska over six episodes with flashbacks.

Directed by Issa López, filmed in Iceland and Alaska with a reported budget of $60 million.

The fictional town of Ennis is inspired by the real-life North Slope Borough in Alaska.

Episode 4 of Season 4 is scheduled to be released on HBO on Sunday, February 4, at 9 PM ET or 6 PM PT.

Issa López expressed disappointment at efforts to lower ratings by some fans, encouraging positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes to grow the audience rating on the rating platform.

Episode 3 of Season 4 saw a 5% increase in viewership compared to Episode 2’s premiere, despite airing against the NFC Championship game.

With delayed playback and streaming, Episode 1’s audience grew to 10.7 million viewers across platforms, while Episode 2 reached 8 million viewers, outpacing competitors’ viewership during a similar timeframe.

True Detective ranked No. 1 among all streaming titles on HBO Max, although specific data were not provided by HBO.

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