Now that's a viewership worthy of a Supreme. Last night saw the end to Ryan Murphy's magically twisted (and somewhat head-scratching) third installment of 'American Horror Story: Coven.' But whether you were a big fan of the season finale or not, there's one thing that's deadly certain — EVERYBODY tuned in to watch.
The first airing of "The Seven Wonders" delivered 4.2 million viewers, which then rose to an impressive 5.8 million after its repeat broadcast immediately after (3.88 million of them were adults 18-49). That makes 'Coven's the most-watched 'AHS' finale to date!
Of course, this shouldn't come as a complete surprise given that the bewitching season opened with a record-breaking premiere back in October with 5.54 million viewers, leaving the previous highs set in the first and second installments in its dust. But really, these witches wouldn't have it any other way, would they?
And for those interested, here's a breakdown of how all three 'American Horror Story' seasons ranked as a whole by the numbers:
'AHS: Coven' (10/9/13 thru 1/29/14)
Averaged 4 million viewers including DVR
'AHS: Asylum' (10/17/12 thru 1/23/13)
Averaged 2.5 million viewers including DVR
'AHS: Murder House' (10/5 thru 12/21/11)
Averaged 2.8 million viewers including DVR
The series fourth installment will premiere in the fall.