The season finale of “Fear the Walking Dead” Sunday was in line with the previous week and its season average. The show drew a 0.8 rating among adults 18-49 and 2.23 million viewers, even with last week and off slightly from its 0.9 season average.

That’s also down considerably, however, from the 1.3 for last season’s closer and the 1.8 average for Season 2.

Sunday’s top cable show was Game 2 of the National League Championship Series, which drew 6.76 million viewers and a 1.9 in adults 18-49. “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (0.4), “Vice Principals” (0.3) and “Last Week Tonight” (0.3) were all steady for HBO, as was “The Deuce” (0.3), although the latter finished just outside the top 25.

“Keeping Up with the Kardashians” (0.6) dipped a tenth of a point week to week, as did “90 Day Fiance” on TLC.

Top 25 original cable shows among adults 18-49 for Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017

Show Net Time Total viewers (000s) 18-49 rating
NLCS – CUBS/DODGERS GM 2 TBS 7:30 PM 6,759 1.9
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD AMC 9:00 PM 2,230 0.8
90 DAY FIANCE: BEFORE 90 TLC 8:00 PM 1,858 0.6
KEEPING UP W/THE KARDASHIANS E! 9:00 PM 1,265 0.6
90 DAY FIANCE TLC 9:01 PM 1,627 0.5
SHAHS OF SUNSET BRAVO 8:00 PM 1,378 0.5
NFL COUNTDOWN ESPN 10:00 AM 1,177 0.5
INSIDE THE MLB TBS 11:11 PM 1,542 0.5
SQUIDBILLIES ADULT SWIM 12:00 AM 932 0.5
HALLOWEEN WARS FOOD 9:00 PM 1,318 0.4
LAST WEEK TONIGHT HBO 11:06 PM 1,247 0.4
ALASKA: THE LAST FRONTIER DISCOVERY 9:00 PM 2,535 0.4
CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM HBO 10:01 PM 1,123 0.4
HAWAII LIFE HGTV 8:30 PM 1,564 0.3
GUY’S GROCERY GAMES FOOD 8:00 PM 1,032 0.3
SPORTSCENTER WEEKEND ESPN 9:00 AM 748 0.3
VICE PRINCIPALS HBO 10:36 PM 700 0.3
ISLAND LIFE HGTV 9:00 PM 1,446 0.3
EDGE OF ALASKA DISCOVERY 10:01 PM 1,641 0.3
HAWAII LIFE HGTV 8:00 PM 1,432 0.3
SPORTSCENTER ESPN 12:00 AM 666 0.3
TALKING DEAD: FEAR AMC 11:00 PM 870 0.3
SPORTSCENTER WEEKEND ESPN 8:00 AM 666 0.3
LIP SYNC BATTLE SHORTIES NICK 7:00 PM 1,400 0.3
MEXICO LIFE HGTV 10:00 PM 1,359 0.3

Source: The Nielsen Company.

Posted by:Rick Porter

Rick Porter has been covering TV since the days when networks sent screeners on VHS, one of which was a teaser for the first season of "American Idol." He's left-handed, makes a very solid grilled cheese and has been editor of TV by the Numbers since October 2015. He lives in Austin.

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