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Ratings: Killing Ends Up Versus Season 2 Finale

Matt Webb Mitovich
August 5, 2013
AMC Cancels The Killing (For Real)
AMC Cancels The Killing (For Real)

AMC’s The Killing on Sunday night revealed its latest serial slayer to 1.5 million total viewers while scoring a 1.2 household rating — up from the 1.4 mil/1.1 that the drama’s so-so sophomore season finale delivered, our sister site Deadline reports.

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The finale’s total audience is on par with the show’s Season 3 average, which was 1.53 mil vs. Season 2′s 1.65 mil.

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The rain-drenched police drama launched in 2011 to 2.7 million viewers and a 2.0 household rating, while Season 3 opened to 1.8 mil/1.4.

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