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TV ratings for The Office in the United States. NBC TV series

The Office

Original TV Network:
Comedy, Mockumentary
Release type:
IMDB Rating:

Workers plod along at Dunder Mifflin's paper-supply company.

How well is this TV series doing in the United States?

Last 30 days
40.7x Difference from market average exceptional
Parrot Analytics has found that the audience demand for The Office is 40.7 times the demand of the average TV series in the United States in the last 30 days. 0.2% of all shows in this market have this level of demand.
Title position in demand distribution
Outstanding demand distribution

The Demand Distribution curve illustrates how a TV show’s popularity compares to the demand benchmark, which is a measure of the average demand across all titles. The curve is divided into performance buckets, ranging from “Below Average” to “Exceptional”. A show falls into one of these performance buckets depending on how many times more or less demand it has compared to the demand benchmark.

The show’s performance is market-specific, e.g. the same show can be in the “Average” range in the United States and in the “Good” range in France.

As an example, if a show has 9 times more demand than the demand benchmark, it falls in the “Outstanding” performance range; only 2.7% of all shows in the market reach this high level of demand.

How fast is demand for The Office growing?

Last 30 days
-10.5% Change in demand
On a rolling 30-day average basis, we compare TV demand in the United States for The Office to the preceding 30 days: Demand has decreased by -10.5%

How is this TV show trending in the United States?

Last 60 days

The following chart shows a 60-day trend of weekly demand for The Office compared to the weekly demand of all Mockumentary titles in the United States.

Comedy performance

Last 30 days
99.7% Percentile rank
The Office ranks at the 99.7th percentile in the Comedy genre. This means The Office has higher demand than 99.7% of all Comedy titles in the United States
Title position in Comedy

How well is this TV series doing globally vs. its home market?

Last 30 days
100% Home market travelability

This is The Office's home market and therefore its travelability is 100%; the travelability of a TV show's market of origin is always 100%. Click through to another market to discover how well The Office travels internationally.

How popular is The Office around the world?

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Unlike TV ratings, our DemandRank TV rating system ensures that important demand signals are weighted more heavily than others: The more consumer effort required; the more importance is attached to each signal. Once all the signals are weighted and combined, the audience demand for The Office, for example, can be assessed for a market e.g. United States, which can then be benchmarked against genre averages (e.g. Mockumentary), using our globally standardized Demand Expressions® metric.

This page has been adjusted on Feb. 23, 2020, 7:03 p.m. PST, using tv demand analytics from Parrot Analytics.