Marvel's Jessica Jones Reportedly Averaged 4.8 Million Viewers Per Episode

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Standard ratings for Netflix's TV shows don't usually come out, but a new report suggests that the estimated numbers for Marvel's Jessica Jones have been revealed.

Numbers for several online shows were discussed during a press conference with NBC Universal's head of research, and Jessica Jones was on top. It got an average of 4.8 million viewers in the key 18-49 demographic tuned in to each episode.


The show's online competition isn't even close. Aziz Asari's Master of None got 3.9 key viewers while Narcos pulled in 3.2 million.

Compred to other comic book TV shows, DC's Arrow and Flash average around 2 to 3 million viewers; Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. pulled in an exceess of 4 million viewers while about half are in the key demo.

Jessica Jones is now available for streaming on Netflix; Marvel's other TV series, Daredevil (Season 1), is also available. Season 2 will premiere on March 18, 2016. You can check out the poster and announcement trailer here.

Source: Variety