In its third week of release, “Lucky Patcher” has been the most-watched show on Fox Sports’ NFL Network.
It’s not only the most watched show on NFL Network, but it’s also the most viewed on the channel’s YouTube channel.
In fact, it’s ranked number one for its first three weeks of streaming.
That’s an impressive feat for a show that debuted on March 1 and then dropped off for its final week of airings.
Its ratings are up almost 20 percent in the first three days of its debut and up more than 50 percent in its final three weeks.
The show was a big hit, particularly among NFL fans, who streamed it from across the country and on-demand, including at the NFL combine, when the Patriots played the Denver Broncos in Foxborough, Mass.
“Lunch is not a good time to be a Patriots fan, especially after a disappointing loss to the Eagles,” one NFL Nation viewer wrote on Twitter.
“I’m tired of the Pats being a laughingstock in my city.”
One person said that it’s “the most disappointing thing” they have ever seen on Fox.
“It’s been a disaster,” another wrote.
“Not only has this been an awful week for the Pats, but the NFL is now playing in Denver and they were playing on the road in their stadium.”
It’s the most surprising show to see since “The Bachelor,” which has been viewed more than 13 million times on YouTube and reached more than 10 million YouTube views in its first week of availability.
The show was created by reality star and NFL star Kim Kardashian.
In the first two weeks of its streaming, the show averaged more than 200,000 views per minute.
“The Bachelorette” averaged 1.1 million views per hour during its first two episodes.
It’s not clear if the Patriots will continue to play games this season.
Fox said it plans to cancel all Patriots home games, including home playoff games, which began Sunday night.
“We will make a decision in the coming weeks about whether we’ll play another home game or not,” the network said in a statement.
The Patriots are playing at home for the first time in a season since the 2015 season.
They are 2-3 in their past four games.