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Ratings: AMC’s “Humans” Rises, “Halt and Catch Fire” Viewership Surges

The ratings seesaw continues for AMC’s “Humans,” which responded to last week’s decline with an improved showing this week.

Sunday’s “Humans” drew a 0.39 adults 18-49 rating with 1.150 million total viewers. Both top those posted by last week’s episode, which managed a 0.33 with 1.049 million total viewers.

“Humans” lead-out “Halt and Catch Fire” also enjoyed week-over-week improvement. After posting a 0.12 with 497,000 viewers last week, the show scored a considerably stronger 0.19 with 588,000 viewers this week.

The episode was the most-watched “Halt and Catch Fire” since the season premiere.

Written by Brian Cantor

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