“Duck Dynasty” wrapped up its sixth season on Wednesday night with a decidedly quieter quack than its Season 5 finale in January.
Wednesday night’s finale grabbed 3.8 million total viewers — a 12 percent boost from last week’s episode and on par with the season average, but down from the 6 million who tuned in for the Season 5 finale.
In the 18-49 demographic most sought by advertisers, the “Duck Dynasty” finale pulled in 1.8 million total viewers, a 20 percent jump from last week’s episode and a 6 percent uptick over the season average — but down considerably from the 3.2 million demo viewers who tuned in to the Season 5 ender.
The Season 6 premiere of the A&E reality series, which chronicles the backwoods shenanigans of the Robertson family, drew 4.6 million total viewers.
Also on A&E Wednesday night, the Season 2 premiere of “Wahlburgers” cooked up 2 million total viewers — down more than a million total viewers from its January series premiere, but on par with its Season 1 finale in March.
Among the 18-49 crowd, the “Wahlburgers” season premiere drew 1.1 million viewers.