TV Ratings: ‘Succession’ Hits Series Highs for Final Episode

The series finale of Succession brought in the show’s largest first-night audience ever.

The HBO show’s final episode on Sunday drew 2.93 million viewers across all platforms, passing the previous series high of 2.75 million on April 30. The Emmy-winning series has set multiple series highs over the course of its fourth and last season.

Barry also ended its four-season run with solid tune-in, drawing 700,000 viewers on Sunday night — which while not a series high was in line with its first-night average for the season. A later start for Barry (thanks to a 90-minute Succession) also resulted in a bigger than usual jump for the finale’s second-day viewing, which was up by about 20 percent over a typical Monday and brought Barry’s two-day total to 1.35 million.

Succession’s finale grew by 68 percent over the season three closer (1.7 million cross-platform viewers) in December 2021. Season four is averaging 8.7 million viewers per episode since it premiered on March 26, a 21 percent increase over season three. Barry, meanwhile, is at 3.4 million viewers per episode. (HBO measures viewing for 90 days after a season premiere.)

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