"Burn Notice" 100th episode draws nearly 4.3 million total viewers
"Burn Notice" might be getting older, but it doesn't appear to be losing any heat with its fans.
The USA Network series, which premiered its seventh and final season last week, aired its milestone 100th episode on Thursday, holding strong with last week's season premiere.
That's particularly impressive, given that the season premiere grew considerably over the "Burn Notice" Season 6.5 premiere in November.
Thursday night's "Burn Notice" drew 4.288 million total viewers, off just a hair from the 4.319 million that last week's season premiere. In the 18-49 demographic most important to viewers, the 100th episode actually ticked up, drawing 1.506 million viewers in the demo compared to last week's 1.496 million.
Thursday's "Burn Notice" was also the most-watched scripted program in cable for the day.
Correction: An earlier version of this story noted that "Burn Notice" was the night's most-watched show in cable primetime. In fact, USA was the most-watched network in cable primetime.