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Resident Alien

Resident Alien is a U.S. television program shown on Syfy since Wednesday, January 27, 2021. Resident Alien is watched by a total number of 622,000 people (0.2% rating, up +8% from last week) as of the daily audience measurement on . Resident Alien is also shown on USA Network since August 2022.

Resident Alien daily P2+ ratings chart

Resident Alien Ratings

Demographic breakdown of the most recent historical ratings of Resident Alien on Syfy as of Wednesday, April 3, 2024.

Resident Alien Daily Ratings
DateDemoAudienceRating
2024-Apr-03 308 HOMECOMINGHH262,5000.34
P2+622,0000.20
P18-49105,5000.08
2024-Mar-27 307 HERE COMES MY BABYHH437,5000.35
P2+575,0000.18
P18-4992,5000.07
2024-Mar-20 306 BYE BYE BIRDIEHH187,5000.28
P2+452,0000.14
P18-4952,5000.04
2024-Mar-13 305 LOVEBIRDHH462,5000.37
P2+595,0000.19
P18-4979,5000.06
2024-Mar-06 304 AVIAN FLUHH200,0000.31
P2+515,0000.16
P18-4952,5000.04
2024-Feb-28 303 141 SECONDSHH200,0000.29
P2+468,0000.15
P18-4965,5000.05
2024-Feb-21 302 UPPER HAND, THEHH400,0000.32
P2+525,0000.17
P18-4965,5000.05
P25-54133,0000.11
2024-Feb-14 301 LONE WOLFHH362,5000.29
P2+465,0000.15
P18-4979,5000.06
P25-54133,0000.11
2024-Feb-11 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300FP2+318,0000.10
P18-4926,4000.02
2024-Feb-10 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300EP2+350,0000.11
P18-4965,9000.05
2024-Feb-07 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300DP2+428,0000.14
P18-4979,1000.06
2024-Feb-04 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300CP2+348,0000.11
P18-49105,5000.08
2024-Feb-03 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300BP2+341,0000.11
P18-4992,3000.07
2024-Jan-28 1ST LK: RESIDENT ALIEN 300P2+441,0000.14
P18-49105,5000.08
2022-Sep-28P2+550,0000.18
P18-4991,3000.07
2022-Sep-21P2+579,0000.19
P18-4965,2000.05
2022-Sep-14P2+574,0000.18
P18-4978,3000.06
2022-Sep-07P2+576,0000.18
P18-49104,4000.08
2022-Aug-31P2+643,0000.21
P18-4991,3000.07
2022-Aug-24P2+744,0000.24
P18-49130,5000.10
P25-54158,2000.13
2022-Aug-17P2+665,0000.21
P18-49104,4000.08
2022-Aug-10P2+657,0000.21
P18-49104,4000.08

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RankProgramAudienceChange
1Chucky140,000-8%
2Syfy Movie98,000-48%

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Alan Tudyk

Apr 2, 2024 09:02 EST

"Resident Alien" is the kind of show that makes you wonder if the universe got drunk one night, decided to make a sitcom, and accidentally created the most hilariously bizarre masterpiece of human-alien relations since someone decided to put pineapple on pizza.

From the moment Harry, the alien who crash-lands on Earth and decides to blend in as a small-town doctor, graces our screens, it's clear that we're not in Kansas anymore—or any part of Earth that makes a lick of sense. Alan Tudyk, who plays our extraterrestrial protagonist, delivers a performance so spot-on, you'd start doubting your own neighbors. "Is Bob from next door really from around here, or did he also crash-land in his backyard?"

The show is a rollercoaster of emotions, mainly because you can't decide whether to laugh, cry, or call NASA. Watching Harry learn about human culture is like watching a toddler perform brain surgery: it's nerve-wracking, but you can't look away. His attempts at human emotion are as smooth as sandpaper pants, and his understanding of subtlety is about as refined as a bull in a china shop—on a skateboard.

The supporting cast is equally delightful, each bringing their own quirks to the table, making the town of Patience, Colorado, feel like a petri dish of human oddity that even an alien finds weird. The dynamic between Harry and the townsfolk provides endless entertainment, from teaching children about the impermanence of life in the most awkwardly hilarious ways to engaging in small-town politics with the finesse of a sledgehammer.

"Resident Alien" is a testament to the fact that maybe, just maybe, the universe's sense of humor is even weirder than ours. It's a blend of mystery, comedy, and a touch of existential dread that makes you think, "If aliens are real, they're probably watching this show and taking notes on how not to invade Earth."

In conclusion, "Resident Alien" is the perfect show for anyone who's ever looked up at the stars and thought, "I hope aliens are nothing like us." Spoiler alert: they might be worse. And by worse, I mean absolutely, side-splittingly hilarious.

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