Posts Tagged ‘PLL’

While the Premier Lacrosse League continues to chirp about a its “Saturday Night Sellout” in Baltimore. All is not well with the PLL when it comes to both attendance and television.

The PLL on NBCSN failed again to crack the top 150 cable shows and a .03 rating. Meanwhile the Saturday afternoon and Sunday PLL contests combined to draw 8.201 fans.

Are these number good enough to sustain the PLL over the long haul? Only time will tell.

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PLL Sunday in Baltimore

Posted: June 23, 2019 in Other
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While the Premier Lacrosse League continues to trumpet the Saturday Night Sell-Out ( Did the PLL give out freebies? )

The Saturday afternoon and Sunday afternoon crowds paint a more realistic and bleak picture when it comes to attendance for the PLL.

Sunday Afternoon

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Saturday Afternoon 

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Day and Night PLL Baltimore

Posted: June 23, 2019 in Other
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Saturday Afternoon Baltimore

Why didn’t the Premier Lacrosse League put the Saturday night game on NBCSN? Notice how the Premier Lacrosse League is not acknowledging the poorly attended Saturday afternoon game.

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Saturday Night Baltimore

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PLL Ratings fall on NBC

Posted: June 18, 2019 in Other
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Week 2 on NBC for the Premier Lacrosse League, and the returns are not good.

Chrome at Atlas drew a 0.23 rating and a total of 306,000 viewers and only 93, 000 in the key 18-49 demographic.  You can read more Here

The numbers are down across the board,  although we suspect the PLL will try and spin the numbers.

Lacrosse has a long to go to become a viable television property, if Ever!

 

PLL Saturday Game One Chicago

Posted: June 15, 2019 in Other
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Another weekend of Premier Lacrosse League action and another small crowd, this time in Chicago for Chaos vs Redwoods.

PLL spins NBC numbers

Posted: June 13, 2019 in Other
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You just had to know that the spin from the PLL would come and here it is. It will be interesting to see how the PLL on NBC performs moving forward.

Remember the Alliance of American Football started out with strong tv numbers…and we all know what happened to the  Alliance of American Football.

0.29

Posted: June 11, 2019 in Other
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The Premier Lacrosse League might just be on borrowed time with NBC, and only after one week.

The PLL matchup between the Chaos and Atlas drew a 0.29 rating for NBC, and only 154,000 views in the key 18-49 demographic.  You can read more Here .

Lacrosse has a long way to go to become a viable television property….If Ever.