Grosses Analysis: Bryan Cranston-Led Network Nears $1 Million in 7 Performances

Grosses   Grosses Analysis: Bryan Cranston-Led Network Nears $1 Million in 7 Performances
 
Meanwhile, King Kong roared past the seven-figure mark for the first time.
Bryan Cranston in <i>Network</i>
Bryan Cranston in Network Jan Versweyveld

Network, which began previews November 10 at the Belasco Theatre, nearly broke the $1 million mark for the week ending November 18. The drama, based on the 1976 film of the same name, took in $994,920 in seven performances. Tony and Emmy winner Bryan Cranston stars under the direction of Ivo van Hove.

Get an in-depth look at this week's grosses here.

Thirteen Broadway productions did earn over $1 million apiece, including, for the first time, the recently opened King Kong, which brought in $1,018,561.

Four shows fared even better, each taking in over $2 million: Hamilton ($2,934,086), Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ($2,095,399), Springsteen on Broadway ($2,423,700 in five performances), and The Lion King ($2,036,711).

In addition to Network, other shows currently in previews include The Cher Show (opening December 3 at the Neil Simon) and To Kill a Mockingbird (opening December 13 at the Shubert), with both having seen considerably strong starts at the box office.

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