Kurt Sutter: ‘No More Niche, Bitches’ as ‘Sons of Anarchy’ Beats Networks Again

"Sons of Anarchy" boss Kurt Sutter makes a poetic declaration of ratings triumph

"Sons of Anarchy" continues to roll over its network competition, and series creator Kurt Sutter is feeling pretty proud.

"SOA crushes all three broadcast networks in key demos second week in a row," Sutter tweeted. "No more niche, bitches."

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It's very rare for a cable show to beat the networks. But as Sutter noted, "SOA" — FX's top-rated show — has done it for two consecutive weeks.

In the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic Tuesday night, the biker drama drew a 2.3 rating. NBC's "Parenthood" and CBS's "Vegas" each drew a 2.0, and ABC's "Private Practice" received a 1.6.

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Last week, "Sons of Anarchy" scored a 2.9 rating in the demo. "Vegas" scored a 2.1, "Parenthood" a 1.7, and "Private Practice" a 1.6.