/// NBC’s Revolution Goes Out on a High Note
Monday night was all about transitions, as NBC put its top-rated drama series to rest for the summer, while ABC introduced its newest scripted effort. Per Nielsen fast affiliate ratings, the season finale of freshman drama Revolution delivered 6.28 million viewers and a 2.0 in the adults 18-49 demo. Should those numbers hold up, Revolution will have tied Fox’s The Following as the top-rated new series of 2012-13. Both shows averaged a 2.6 in the dollar demo, topping CBS’ Elementary by one-tenth of a ratings point, per live-plus-same-day data. Of the 34 new scripted series that were launched during the past season, only a handful averaged so much as a 2.0 in the demo.
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NBC’s Revolution Goes Out on a High Note
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