A character’s shocking death helped drive viewers to the season finale of the comedy series “Younger,” which has been a hit with critics and fans. TV Land announced that “Younger” delivered series highs in Live+3 data for the season two finale, which aired March 23.
The show delivered 1.3 million total viewers for the finale, capping a season that saw double-digit growth over season one. TV Land reported that Live+3 numbers for season two were up 64% in adults 18-49.
Created by Darren Star, the show stars Sutton Foster, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella and Hilary Duff.
“VOD numbers have nearly tripled, with a dramatic increase of +195%, from 175,000 views in the first week of season two to over 516,000 in week 10,” TV Land noted. “‘Younger’ has also tripled its followers on Instagram, doubled its following on Twitter and saw a +40% increase in Facebook fans from the end of season one to the end of season two.”
The end of season two was marked by the death of Thad (Dan Amboyer), the fiance of Duff’s character, Kelsey.
Season three will shoot this summer in New York.