‘Downton Abbey’ Breaks Ratings Record

Mar 19, 2013  •  Post A Comment

PBS’s ratings juggernaut “Downton Abbey” continues to set viewership records. The latest, according to EW.com’s Inside TV, is for the show’s third season, which ranks as PBS’s highest-rated drama of all time.

Season three averaged 11.5 million viewers over the course of a seven-episode season.

“For those keeping count, that’s up more than 60 percent from season two,” EW reports. “To top it off, the third-season finale, which aired on Feb. 17, attracted about 12.3 million viewers, beating all broadcast and cable competition airings in the time slot.”

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  1. Isn’t it amazing that in this day of “reality” and execs crying woe-is-me, the old formula of well written, well acted program actually get viewers.

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