The success behind the scenes of launching sports shows Formula 1: Drive to survive and hard knocksin NTT IndyCar The series announced that Thursday 100 days to Indysix documentary episodes following their directors, will be released next season.
The episodes, produced by Vice World News, will air on The CW, with re-airs on Vice TV and content will be streamed through Vice’s social media channels.
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“Through the creative lens and huge cast of both Street and The CW,” Penske Entertainment President and CEO Mark Miles said in a statement, “we will bring the world-class competition and drama of NTT INDYCAR to a newer and more youthful audience.”
Earlier this year, a survey of IndyCar audiences found that the average fan is over 42 years old. TV viewership was up five percent YoY in 2022 as executives They camped out in Indycar as a less “elitist” complement to F1.
In October, Nexstar Media Group concluded the acquisition of a 75% stake in The CW Network, with former owners Warner Bros. Discovery and Paramount retained a 12.5% stake. Like most broadcast networks, The CW’s average viewer is over 50 years old. However, recent youth-focused shows, accessible on streaming and social media in addition to TV, have also attracted younger audiences; second Deadline.
“100 days to Indy a high-octane adventure based on motion picture sports,” CW President of Entertainment Brad Schwartz said in a statement. “With our close partners at VICE Media Group, Penske Entertainment and NTT INDYCAR SERIES, we have come together to deliver a series that will follow these champions on the track and keep viewers on the edge of their seats.”
To survive that very thing. When discussing Netflix in 2019, the Box to Box film production is regularly credited with helping boost F1 ratings while introducing new fans to the sport, especially in the US. They’ve been followed by a slew of similar programs, from a surf show on Apple TV+ released this year to an upcoming golf and tennis series for Netflix. In this case, NASCAR extinguished its competitor; EP’d Dale Earnhardt Jr.on the USA network.
Editor’s note: The IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway are owned by Penske Entertainment Corporation, a subsidiary of Penske Corporation, whose president is Roger Penske. Sporty It is owned by Penske Media Corporation, a separate entity run by chairman and CEO Jay Penske.
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