This article comes to us from Business Week. They give the final numbers for the Lost Finale. Did you watch it? Let us know what you thought in the comment section below.
Walt Disney Co.’s ABC television network said last night’s 2 1/2-hour finale of “Lost” drew 13.5 million viewers as the series about stranded survivors of a plane crash concluded a six-year run.
A two-hour catch-up episode that preceded the finale drew 9.85 million, Burbank, California-based ABC said today in an e-mailed statement, citing preliminary Nielsen data. “Lost” drew its biggest season-ending audience and the most viewers ages 18 to 49 in three years, ABC said.
“Lost,” from producer J.J. Abrams, has been ABC’s fifth- highest-rated scripted show this season. ABC, third among networks in prime-time audience and the only major broadcaster whose total audience declined this season, is adding six dramas to its schedule starting in September.
The finale drew the evening’s largest audience and most 18- to-49 viewers, a group sought by advertisers, according to the data released by ABC. “60 Minutes” on CBS Corp.’s network averaged 9.36 million viewers, the only show in the evening to draw a bigger audience than the “Lost” catch-up program, which averaged 9.15 million against the newsmagazine.
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