'Breaking Bad' Finale Scores 1.9M Viewers, Finishes Up 24% for the Season
AMC's season-four finale of "Breaking Bad" averaged 1.9 million viewers Sunday for its initial run -- and 2.9 million for the night -- ending a campaign that was up 24 percent in the ratings over season three.
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It was the best season yet for the critically acclaimed drama, with the show up 24 percent in adults 18-49 and 21 percent in adults 25-54.
Viewership among 18-34-year-olds increased 42 percent.
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