‘IRT: Deadliest Roads’ Premiere Garners 3.4 Million Viewers; ‘Ice Road Truckers’ Season Finale Draws 3.2 Million
via press release:
IRT DEADLIEST ROADS PREMIERE and ICE ROAD TRUCKERS SEASON FOUR FINALE GIVE DOUBLE PUNCH ON SUNDAY NIGHT
IRT DEADLIEST ROADS Launch Garners 3.4 Million Total Viewers
ICE ROAD TRUCKERS Season Four Finale up double digits in Key Demos – Attracts 3.2 Million Total Viewers
NEW YORK, October 4, 2010 – HISTORY® continues its phenomenal ratings success as IRT: Deadliest Roads premiere comes screeching out of the gate, attracting 3.4 million total viewers, as well as 1.8 million Adults 18-49 and 2.1 million Adults 25-54 (History’s second-best series launch ever in A25-54 after the recently launched Swamp People).
And Ice Road Truckers Season Four Finale garners double digit growth (vs. Season Three Finale) in Adults 18-49 (+15%) and Adults 25-54 (+13%). As well, 3.2 million total viewers tuned in (+4%).
ICE ROAD TRUCKERS – SEASON 4 FINALE
Total Viewers: 3.2 million
A18-49: 1.5 million
A25-54: 1.8 million
M25-54: 1.2 million
IRT: DEADLIEST ROADS, 10-11PM
HH Rating: 2.4
Total Viewers: 3.4 million
A18-49: 1.8 million
A25-54: 2.1 million
M18-49: 1.1 million
M25-54: 1.3 million
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