The first episode of Snowpiergers hit $2 million in its second week on Monday, making it the biggest debut for the television network.
The series, which was directed by Matt Reeves, is set in Los Angeles and follows a group of young kids as they face a deadly virus outbreak.
Snowpiers first episode aired Monday night on the NBC Universal network.
The series follows the young heroes of the original series, who are the first to be infected with the virus.
They face a host of challenges in order to survive the virus, and are aided by the help of the rest of the community.
The show is a sequel to the popular 2012 NBC drama series Snowpies.
The second episode, which debuted on Monday night, was the highest-rated episode of the season, earning $2,534,000 in total viewers.
The second episode of The Snowpiest, which ran for eight episodes on NBC, is currently averaging 3.2 million viewers.