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Ratings: Showtime’s “Masters of Sex” Falls to New Low, “Ray Donovan” Rises

Masters of Sex | Showtime

The ratings report brought mixed results for Showtime’s Sunday night lineup.

9PM entry “Ray Donovan,” which last set a new series low in total viewership, enjoyed a week-over-week increase. Lead-out “Masters of Sex,” meanwhile, slipped to a new viewership low.

Sunday’s “Ray Donovan,” which was the second episode of the show’s third season, drew a 0.37 adults 18-49 rating with 1.263 million viewers. The previous week’s season premiere scored a 0.32 with 1.035 million viewers.

“Masters of Sex” followed with a soft 0.09 rating and 535,000 viewers. It was the least-watched “Masters” yet.

Last week’s “Masters,” which set a then-series low in viewership, posted a 0.13 with 583,000 viewers.

Written by Brian Cantor

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