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'Curb Your Enthusiasm' Finale Attracts 1.3 Million Viewers

by Michael D. Ayers, posted Nov 25th 2009 10:45AM
Good news for 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' fans: Sunday night's episode was the show's most-watched finale in five seasons, Variety is reporting.

The show drew 1.3 million viewers over one hour, and climbed to 2 million total once the repeat showing was factored into the equation. For the entire season, the show has averaged around 5 million viewers per episode, when combining real-time viewers, DVR and on-demand data. In other words: some pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good numbers.Good news for 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' fans: Sunday night's episode was the show's most-watched finale in five seasons, Variety is reporting.

The show drew 1.3 million viewers over one hour, and climbed to 2 million total once the repeat showing was factored into the equation. For the entire season, the show has averaged around 5 million viewers per episode, when combining real-time viewers, DVR and on-demand data. In other words: some pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good numbers.

The season's story was one that was bound to be ratings-friendly, with the premise relying on the highly-touted 'Seinfeld' reunion episode. It was a vain attempt for David to reconcile with his on-screen ex-wife, Cheryl (Cheryl Hines).

In doing so, he was able to rope the former cast members back into playing themselves and working out their 'Seinfeld' characters 10 years later. Nuggets about where they ended up were revealed throughout the season. (George, for example, wrote a book titled 'Acting Without Acting')

For more coverage on Sunday's finale, read our 100-word recap.

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