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Ratings: AMC’s “Humans” Falls to Viewership Low, “Halt and Catch Fire” Slips in Demo

Sunday’s “Humans” did more than simply turn away the previous week’s viewership gain. The AMC drama actually set a new low mark in viewership.

The episode, which was the drama’s fourth broadcast to date, posted a 0.33 adults 18-49 rating with 1.049 million viewers. Both numbers trail those of the previous broadcast, which scored a 0.44 with 1.208 million viewers.

While the demo rating narrowly bests the 0.32 garnered on July 5, the viewership total trails that night’s 1.091 million mark. It thus represents a new bottom for “Humans.”

— Lead-out “Halt and Catch Fire” posted a 0.12 with 497,000 viewers this week. Last week’s broadcast, which boasted a younger skew, drew a 0.17 with 499,000.

Written by Brian Cantor

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