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'How to Get Away with Murder' Premiere Watched by 26.37 Million Viewers Through 35 Days, Including 3.11M Online Views

The How to Get Away with Murder premiere audience continues to grow.
Across platforms, the series premiere of How to Get Away with Murder has drawn an average of 26.37 million viewers through 35 days.

How to Get Away with Murder Series Premiere Audience: 9/25/14 (Persons 2+ Millions)
Live+SD: 14.12
DVR/VOD 1-3: 5.93
DVR 4-7: 1.02
VOD 4-35: 2.19
Online 1-35: 3.11

Total: 26.37M Persons 2+ Average Audience

Source: TV average audience = Nielsen Media Research, 9/25/14. VOD 4-35 from Rentrak, Online 1-35 starts include WATCH ABC FEP, Hulu and MVPD access points.

The series premiere of How to Get Away with Murder also tops the following high profile ABC series premieres:
How to Get Away with Murder (9/25/14): 26.37M
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (9/24/13): 20.26M
Desperate Housewives (10/3/04): 21.65M
Lost (9/22/04): 18.65
Grey's Anatomy (3/27/05): 16.25

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