The season finale of Mad Men on AMC reached 4.65 million viewers.
The AMC drama is continuing to set new records for itself following the May 17 finale. According to The Hollywood Reporter, with just three days of DVR “Person to Person” rose 41 percent. This makes the finale the most-watched for the series ever.
Charlie Collier, AMC president commented on the season finale and its’ success. “While it’s true that AMC’s Mad Men ended with its highest-ever live+3 ratings, we believe the most meaningful metric for this iconic series will turn out to be live+forever. We hope Matthew Weiner and the many extraordinarily talented people who helped elevate his vision over the last decade are smiling and finding peace like Don Draper at Esalen. This incredible team has produced 92 individual works of art, and we feel so fortunate to forever be known as the birthplace and home of Mad Men. To quote Roger Sterling from the show’s very first episode, ‘I don’t think I have to tell you what you just witnessed here.’”
Among adults 18-49, the episode has now officially reached 2 million. It is clear that the show is acquiring more and more fans, because the ratings are continuing to increase.