why is pretty little liars rated tv 14
It took 6 seasons but the greatest mystery of s flagship show was laid out there last night- for better or worse. In the better category was how
did among viewers and the key demo and it was a lot better. With 3. 1 million total viewers and 1. 8 million among adults 18-49, last night s PLL was the top show in all of cable with a 1. 4 rating. The 8 PM show was also up 35% in viewers and up 38% in the demo over the August 26 show. that s good news and up 30. 3% from the Season 6 opener. What is even better news for PLL and ABC Family is that last night s audience was an 18-month high for the show and the 18-49 demo and 18-34 demo (1. 4 million/2. 0 rating) was a nearly 2-year high. With 1,585,973 tweets for Tuesday s Game Over Charles episode, the social media savvy show scored a fourth most tweeted scripted show in cable TV history. Of course, it should be noted that PLL makes up the top 6 most tweeted scripted shows in cable history with the Now You See Me, Now You Don t episode of August 27, 2013 in the top spot with 1,892,028 tweets.
Set for a Season 7 thanks to a two-season renewal last year, the produced show returns for the remaining 10 episodes of its sixth season this winter. Final National Ratings for June 27, 2017 - Live + Same Day 'Pretty Little Liars' Signs Off Historic Run With Over 1-Year Highs and Is the No. 1 Most Tweeted TV Episode of 2017 With 1. 7 Million Tweets The highly anticipated series' finale of Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars" hit a 1-year high in Total Viewers (1. 4 million) and 18-month highs in Adults 18-49 (920,000/0. 7 rating) and Women 18-49 (720,000/1. 1 rating) - since 6/21/16 and 1/26/16, respectively - ranking as Tuesday's No. 1 cable telecast in the target Women demographic. The finale once again dominated Twitter, generating 1. 7 million tweets globally to rank as the No. 1 most tweeted TV episode of 2017 to date. A testament to its fans' insatiable social appetite, "Pretty Little Liars" was the No. 1 topic of the day across all key social media platforms as the catch-up marathon and 'pins and needles' finale amassed 4. 9 million social engagements, nearly quadruple the engagements generated by any other TV network or program yesterday.
Also impressive, "Pretty Little Liars" was mentioned 2. 0 million times across the platforms yesterday, notably more mentions than AMC's "The Walking Dead" (716,000 on 4/2/17) and HBO's "Game of Thrones" (1. 7 million on 6/26/16) generated the day of their most recent season finales and 24 times more mentions than any other TV program. For the 2016/17 season to date (Oct. 2016-May 2017), "Pretty Little Liars" continues to be the No. 1 most social TV series with 213 million engagements, 64% higher than AMC's "The Walking Dead" (130 million). The final season of "Pretty Little Liars" (4/18/17-6/27/17) amassed 62. 5 million social engagements overall to date, 11% more than any TV network on an overall level and 100% more engagements than the No. 2 TV program "America's Got Talent" (31. 2 million) and 130% more engagements than HBO's "Game of Thrones" generated throughout its most recent season (26. 7 million). "Pretty Little Liars" was the most talked about program throughout its season, generating 5. 6 million social mentions, 28% more than the No. 2 TV show CBS' "Survivor" (4. 4 million).
During the most recent complete 2015/16 TV season, "Pretty Little Liars" was once again the No. 1 most social scripted TV series with over 270 million Total Engagements across Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and Twitter, close to 100 million more than the No. 2 scripted TV series, AMC's "The Walking Dead" (167. 6 million). For its final season "Pretty Little Liars" ranked as cable TV's No. 1 scripted series in Adults 18-34 (842,000/1. 2 rating), Women 18-34 (676,000/2. 0 rating), Viewers 12-34 (1. 1 million/1. 2 rating) and Females 12-34 (895,000/1. 9 rating) and was the No. 2 cable drama in Women 18-49 (947,000/1. 5 rating). Historic "Pretty Little Liars" Achievements: The series' August 27, 2013, season finale remains the network's No. 1 series telecast of all time in Total Viewers (5. 1 million) and across all key target demographics: Adults 18-34 (2. 2 million/3. 3 rating), Women 18-34 (1. 9 million/5. 7 rating), Adults 18-49 (2. 9 million/2. 3 rating), Women 18-49 (2. 4 million/3. 8 rating), Viewers 12-34 (3. 5 million/3. 8 rating) and Females 12-34 (3. 1 million/6. 8 rating).
Pretty Little Liars Now You See Me, Now You Don't 08/27/13 1,892,028 Pretty Little Liars The Lady Killer 08/28/12 1,618,528 Pretty Little Liars Game Over, Charles 08/11/15 1,614,007 Pretty Little Liars A dAngerous gAme 03/19/13 1,585,973 Pretty Little Liars A Is for Answers 03/18/14 1,453,689 Pretty Little Liars Who's in the Box? 01/07/14 1,335,408 Source: NTI, U. S. ratings, Live + SD. Series Ranks: Cable Prime, Originals Only, L+7. Social Media Sources: ListenFirst/NTTR/NCR. PLL Top 6 most tweeted telecast claim based on NTTR data through 7/31/16.
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