Fox Sports is a network that loves to boast about the viewership numbers of its sports programs.
And this week, the network shared its own numbers.
According to the network, it has 9.41 million viewers tuned in for its Big Bang theory season two finale, up 6% from last week’s season finale.
As of Wednesday night, Fox had 2.98 million total viewers tuning in for the finale, a 10% increase from last Thursday’s episode.
That means the final episode of season two drew 1.2 million viewers for a season-long average of 9.5 million viewers.
This is a good news for Fox, which has a strong, loyal fan base.
The network also reported its second-best ratings week in history, with 1.07 million viewers tuning into its flagship sports show, Fox and Friends.
Those numbers are good news, but they don’t account for the fact that viewers aren’t tuning in to watch a show that has nothing to do with the show that Fox is currently broadcasting.
The ratings are the best news for the network that owns and produces The Big Bang.
But the most important number is the total viewers.
The show has averaged more than 11 million total fans on Fox Sports, making it one of the most popular shows on television.
So, in a way, the Big Bang’s ratings success is tied to the popularity of its show, which is why Fox’s numbers are such an important part of the story.
Fox Sports said the Big Boom episode averaged 7.3 million total TV viewers.
That’s up from 6.9 million viewers last week.
The last episode of the season drew 3.5 millions total viewers, a 1% increase.
And the ratings of the episode averaged 9.9 rating/8 share in the demo, up a tenth from last Friday’s episode of The Big Bump.
The Big Boom is a popular and critically-acclaimed show on Fox.
But while the show is a huge hit on TV, it’s also a show on which a lot of people tune in.
A lot of fans tune in for it.
According, Nielsen, the show’s audience is also up 8% in the past week, to 4.9 billion.
That makes it the most-watched show on television in the week that ended June 8.
It’s also up from a week ago, when it had just 1.7 million viewers on Fox, down from 4.1 million a week earlier.
Fox also said that the number of viewers for the Big Bompan episode grew 7% to 9.6 million.
That puts the show on pace to reach 9 million total audience for the season.
And it’s no coincidence that the episode drew 9.1m viewers.
In fact, it was the highest-rated episode of any Fox program last week, averaging 3.2m viewers and a 0.9 household rating.
And while Fox’s ratings are still at a low point, the numbers don’t tell the whole story.
According the network’s Nielsen numbers, viewers were watching more than 8 million hours of its programming.
That is a record high for the cable channel, which was first to break that record back in December of last year.
Fox has a good chance to break the record this season.
For the first time in three years, Fox has more viewers on TV than the broadcast networks.
It has about 13 million viewers in total, according the network.
That number is on track to reach a record level of 18 million viewers this year.
This year’s ratings show the network is on a much firmer footing, though.
Its ratings are also improving.
Fox said its total viewership is up 8%, with 8.9 Million total viewers on Thursday, up from 7.5 Million last week and 5.8 Million in 2016.
The viewership increase for the week of June 8 to 7.6 Million was driven by a 7% increase in viewers tuning back into the show from last Wednesday’s episode, the second-highest average in the network history.
That was the best number for a Big Bang episode since the show was first broadcast on April 20, 2008, and it’s up 12% from the season finale last September.
But Fox is not alone.
NBC has a huge lead over Fox in total viewership.
NBC’s Big Bang has averaged 3.6m viewers, up 5% from 3.3m last week to 4 million total.
NBC said its Big Boom season two was the second best of any broadcast network in the history of the Nielsen Ratings.
But its ratings are not great.
Its viewership fell by 4% from a year ago, to 1.4 Million.
That would put it at a new low, but it still tops the networks in total viewers for all of 2017.
And that was before the show had its premiere on March 16.
Last year, the season-finale of NBC’s The Voice