The premiere episode of the reality competition series Stars on Mars, aired on FOX, drew a total of 1,323,000 overnight viewers and scored a 0.43 rating in the key 18-49 demographic. The show features a diverse cast of celebrities, including WWE’s Ronda Rousey, who undergo intensive training simulating life on Mars.

It is worth noting that the premiere episode of Stars on Mars aired directly opposite the first hour of WWE’s flagship program, RAW, which likely impacted its viewership numbers.

The series revolves around the concept of celebrities embarking on a simulated journey to Mars, where they must adapt to the challenging conditions of the red planet. Living, eating, sleeping, strategizing, and bonding together in a shared space station, the participants face various physical and mental challenges to test their survival skills and teamwork.

In the upcoming episode, titled “Just as they were settling into life on the red planet, the remaining celebrities must figure out how to replenish their water supply.” This suggests that the cast members will encounter a new obstacle and will need to find innovative ways to ensure their survival.


Stars on Mars presents a unique blend of adventure, competition, and celebrity involvement, offering viewers an intriguing glimpse into the challenges of space exploration and the resilience of its participants.

What are your thoughts on the concept of Stars on Mars and its premiere episode? Do you believe the show has the potential to engage viewers? Leave a comment below.

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