NBC's decision to release the entire season of new Charles Manson drama "Aquarius" was a bold move toward broadcast networks offering viewers the same binge-watching experience offered by streaming video companies such as Netflix and Amazon.
NBC is shifting "Hannibal" and "Aquarius" to its Saturday schedule effective immediately, an individual with knowledge of the decision told Business Insider. "Aquarius," which stars David Duchovny as a special agent on the trail of a young Charles Manson, will air at 9 p.m. on Saturday.
HBO"Vinyl" didn't exactly rock with its premiere episode on Sunday.
According to live-plus-same-day ratings from Nielsen, the music drama's two-hour premiere, directed by Martin Scorsese, averaged just 764,000 viewers, Deadline reported.