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Ratings: AMC’s “Mad Men” Viewership Slips to Season Low

Mad Men | AMC

While not numerically significant, the decline that plagued this week’s “Mad Men” produced a season low viewership average.

Sunday’s episode, which was the fourth of the 2015 run and eleventh of the overall seventh season, drew a 0.61 adults 18-49 rating with 1.77 million viewers. Both numbers trailed those of the previous broadcast, which drew a 0.65 with 1.87 million.

The viewership mark reached a new low point for the seventh season. The previous low of 1.86 million came for the May 11, 2014 edition.

Only three “Mad Men” episodes remain.

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