TBS’ latenight series “Conan” ended the third quarter with ratings momentum, posting its second straight month of ratings growth.

According to Nielsen estimates, the weeknight series and its encore averaged 906,000 viewers, including 558,000 adults 18-49 during September. It was up 7 percent in the demo vs. August, which itself was up 12 percent over July.

Relative to other late night programs, “Conan” drew more adults 18-34 during the third quarter (about 300,000) than “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Late Show With David Letterman,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson.”

“Conan” continues to perform well on platforms like VOD and the TBS and Team Coco websites, lifting its average audience to about 1.5 million viewers per episode for the year to date. Also, the show’s YouTube channel is averaging 48 million video views per month this year, more than double what it was doing the same time last year.

“Conan” recently reached pass the 2-million subscribers mark on YouTube and currently has over 870 million views on the channel.

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