‘Longmire’ Season 2 Finale Hits Season-Highs Among Total Viewers, Adults 18-49 & 25-54

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LONGMIRE continues to rank as the most-watched scripted series in A&E history among Total Viewers.

And season two of LONGMIRE posted year-to-year gains over season one among Adults 18–49 and 25–54.

Among Total Viewers, the season two finale hit a season-best 4.419 million viewers (the show’s third-largest total viewer number ever), up +7% versus 4.122 million last week (Nielsen, Live+Same Day).

LONGMIRE averaged 5.373 million Total Viewers per week during season two, about on par with last year (5.458 million in season one), despite moving to a new night. Note: We expect the 5.373 million to increase based upon Live+7 figures when delayed viewing data is available in the coming weeks. (Nielsen, Most Current=Live+Same Day plus Live+7 where available)

Among Adults 18–49, the LONGMIRE season finale posted a 0.89 rating and 1.127 million viewers in the demo, up +13% versus last week’s 997,000 viewers in the demo (Nielsen, Live+Same Day).

The show averaged 1.453 million A18–49 viewers per week during season two, up +6% from 1.372 million in season one. (Nielsen, Most Current=Live+Same Day plus Live+7 where available)

Among Adults 25–54, last night’s season two finale delivered a 1.22 rating and 1.463 million viewers in the demo, up +6% versus last week’s 1.382 million viewers (Nielsen, Live+Same Day).

The show averaged 1.920 million A25–54 viewers per week during season two, up from 1.913 million in season one. (Nielsen, Most Current=Live+Same Day plus Live+7 where available)

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