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Tuesday Night Ratings: SUPERNATURAL Has Most Watched Episode Since 2010

Last night's SUPERNATURAL was the series' most watched (2.79M) episode since 10/15/2010. It matched its season highs in A18-34 (1.1/3), A18-49 (1.2/3), and W18-34 (1.4/4), and had its best W18-49 since 5/13/10 (1.4/3).

It was SUPERNATURAL's best rating among teens (1.6/6) since 2/5/09 and Matched its second best female teen rating ever on The CW (2.1/7)

THE ORIGINALS rose 8% week to week in W18-34 (1.3/4) and was flat in A18-34 (0.9/3).

Meanwhile, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS ranked as TV’s #1 telecast in the 8 o'clock hour for its 28th-consecutive original telecast in Females 12-34 (1.4 million/3.1 rating) and 19th in Women 18-34 (848,000/2.5 rating), and was cable TV’s #1 telecast for the 40th original telecast in Adults 18-34 (959,000/1.4 rating) and 51st in Viewers 12-34 (1.6 million/1.7 rating).

Once again, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS ranked as Tuesday’s #1 most-tweeted TV series telecast, generating 474,080 tweets by nearly 181,000 unique users. Notably, combined with an encore of last week’s episode, “Pretty Little Liars” generated more tweets than the next 30 series TV telecasts combined (839,840 vs. 828,434).

PRETTY LITTLE LIARS stood as Tuesday’s #1 TV telecast for the 4th week in a row among Females 12-34, the #1 scripted TV telecast in Women 18-34 and cable TV’s #1 scripted telecast in Prime in Adults 18-34 and Viewers 12-34.

Based on L+3 ratings season to date, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS surges to 3.7 million Total Viewers, 1.6 million Adults 18-34, 2.1 million Adults 18-49 and 2.6 million Viewers 12-34.

At 9 o’clock, RAVENSWOOD qualified as cable TV’s #1 original scripted telecast in the hour for the 4th-consecutive week in Women 18-34 (356,000/1.1 rating) and Females 12-34 (636,000/1.4 rating).

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