Eurovision 2024: The viewers of the second semi-final in Spain, Germany, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Iceland and Austria!

The second semi-final of Eurovision 2024 took place yesterday with ten more countries getting the ticket to the Grand Final of Saturday.

After last night’s show, many public broadcasters, revealed their viewing numbers for the second semi-final. In detail:

  • Spain: An average of 1,285,000 viewers watched the semi-final, with a percentage of 10.4%. There was an increase of 71,000 viewers and 1.2% on the first semi-final. During the show, 5.23 million viewers watched at least one minute of the competition, with 25- to 44-year-olds accounting for 18.1%
  • Germany: An average of 660,000 viewers watched the semi-final. Viewership was down from the first semi-final by 20,000, but interest remains higher than in 2023. The show reached 6.3% with half the audience being 14 to 49.
  • Italy: 2,800,000 viewers watched the second semi-final. It is the most-watched semi-final since Italy’s return in 2011. The show reached 13.9% and is RAI’s most-watched 2024 in the prime time zone
  • Portugal: An average of 183,000 viewers watched the semi-final. The show was watched by a rate of 7.2%. Reduced percentages compared to the first semi-final in which the country participated
  • Sweden: 1,358,000 viewers watched the semi-final. It was the most watched show in Sweden on May 9. The semi-final had 300,000 fewer viewers than the first
  • Austria: The second semi-final was the most watched show on ORF 1 yesterday, May 9. The semi-final was watched by approximately 600,400 people, accounting for 25.2% of the total audience. The semi-final was best watched at 21:30 CEST, watched by 667,000 viewers

Iceland’s public broadcaster, RÚV, revealed the viewing numbers for the first semi-final in which the country took part. In detail, the public broadcaster announced that the numbers are considerably lower than they expected. In particular, it gathered 35% on average and 56% in total viewership

We are heading towards the end of this year’s Eurovision and we are all waiting for tomorrow’s Grand Final, to see who will be the winner of the 68th Eurovision Song Contest.

Stay tuned on Eurovisionfun for all the news regarding the Eurovision Song Contest 2024, in Malmö!

Source: ESC PlusDWDLCinguetteraizapping.comΜΜSRUVmediandaten

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