BET's 'The Game' Season Finale Draws 4.4 Million
The half-hour sitcom, which drew record numbers for its premiere, averaged 2.1 million viewers on its old network the CW.
by Philiana Ng - The Hollywood Reporter
The fourth season finale of BET comedy, The Game, drew 4.4 million total viewers Tuesday night.
That’s still a ways off from its premiere in January when it debuted on its new network -- when it attracted 7.7 million viewers (read more about that at the link below) -- but still a major boost from its CW days. The Game averaged 2.1 million viewers on the CW.
BET’s launch of the half-hour sitcom, which originally aired on the broadcast net for three seasons before getting the axe in May 2009, was the series’ best showing ever and the cable network’s most-watched telecast.
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