‘Sons of Anarchy’ Has Its Most-Watched Season Finale

'Sons of Anarchy' Has Its Most-Watched Season Finale


Show is third-highest-rated basic cable drama in key demo

The Season 6 finale of “Sons of Anarchy” Tuesday was the show's most-watched ever.

The episode, which saw the gruesome death of yet another character, made FX the top cable network of the night in total viewers and in all key demographics.

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The 10 p.m. airing of the episode, titled “A Mother's Work,” had 5.2 million total viewers, 3.5 million of them in the 18-49 demo.

The episode was the second only to the Season 6 premiere episode in the demo. The premiere had 3.9 million viewers in the demo and was the highest-rated telecast ever in the history of FX.

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The show's very bloody sixth season has averaged 7.3 million total viewers, the most of any season of the show. The show has averaged 5 million viewers in the demo, making it the No. 3 basic cable drama behind only “The Walking Dead” and “Breaking Bad” this calendar year.

  • AJ

    I've noticed the last few episodes have some issues with pacing and editing… They seem to be running longer and longer, and for the most part, it's just filler that is being left in.

    As for the show's shocking moments, there is nobody on the show to root for anymore. As much as Tara's plight was noble, she was far from innocent. Wayne seems like the only guy with a moral centre left.

    I was kinda disappointed Eli died because he seemed like a standup, reasonable guy. I pity his loss more than anyone tied to the club at this point.

  • zp

    Think the show is pretty much done at this point.