‘American Chopper: Senior Vs Junior’ Closes The Season on a Seven Year Ratings High

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AMERICAN CHOPPER: SENIOR VS JUNIOR CLOSES THE SEASON ON A SEVEN YEAR RATINGS HIGH

(Silver Spring, Md.) – Monday’s 9PM season finale of AMERICAN CHOPPER: SENIOR VS. JUNIOR, “Fired,” succeeded last week’s premiere episode record as the highest rated episode of the series since 2004, delivering 3.47 million viewers (P2+). Earning a 2.49 HH / 2.01 P25-54 AA%, the broadcast was the #3 primetime (8P-11P) cable program (excluding sports) among Men 18-49 and Men 18-34.

Driven by the premiere telecast of AMERICAN CHOPPER: SENIOR VS. JUNIOR, Discovery was the #3 ad-supported cable network for delivery among Persons and Men 25-54/18-49.

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