WWE Superstar Ronda Rousey embarked on an interstellar journey, not in reality, but as a part of the new reality television show, Stars on Mars. As the reigning WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, Rousey's participation has added a significant appeal to the series.
A Unique Reality Show Concept
Stars On Mars offers a fresh take on reality shows, presenting celebrities as astronauts preparing to inhabit the red planet. These space pioneers must live, eat, sleep, strategize, and form bonds in a simulated Martian space station. Among the crew, Ronda Rousey stood out, bringing her in-ring flair to an entirely new arena.
WWE News: Impressive Debut Ratings
Despite airing against the first hour of WWE RAW, Stars On Mars managed to capture the audience's attention. It was revealed that the premiere episode of the series bagged a commendable 1,323,000 overnight viewers (via FightFans). Moreover, the show secured a 0.24 rating in the coveted 18-49 demographic. The show actually went up against the first hour of WWE RAW on Monday night live, so there was some crossover competition involving 'Rowdy' Rousey.
The initial success of Stars On Mars has raised FOX's expectations. However, the real challenge lies ahead. Maintaining viewership consistency and audience interest over the coming weeks is crucial. Only time will tell if Ronda Rousey and her fellow celebrities can hold their ground on the TV ratings battleground, just as they have managed to do on their simulated Martian terrain.
The following stars are taking part in the show:
- Lance Armstrong
- Natasha Leggero
- Marshawn Lynch
- Christopher Mintz-Plasse
- Adam Rippon
- Ronda Rousey
- Tom Schwartz
- Richard Sherman
- Porsha Williams Guobadia
- Tallulah Willis
- Ariel Winter
Stars on Mars is available to watch back on demand now via Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV. If you aren't able to watch the show as it airs, then it can be streamed the next day on Hulu. Keep checking back to HNHH for all of the latest and biggest WWE News!