TV Ratings: 'Bonnie & Clyde' Sheds 25 Percent on Second Night
UPDATED: The simulcast from A&E, Lifetime and History falls to 7.4 million viewers, with History retaining an advantage over its sister networks.
Bonnie & Clyde capped off its two-night run on A&E, History and Lifetime to the tune of 7.4 million viewers across all three networks. The conclusion of the two-part miniseries marks a 25 percent drop from Sunday's 9.8 million opener.
In the adults 25-54 demographic, the second night of Bonnie & Clyde earned 3.1 million viewers -- down 1.1 million from the previous night.
Ahead of time-shifting, Bonnie & Clyde is averaging 8.6 million viewers. Its second night saw History average 2.8 million viewers, with Lifetime and A&E both posting 2.3 million.
Bonnie & Clyde stars Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger, with Craig Zadan and Neil Meron (who saw big success with last week's The Sound of Music Live) producing for Sony Pictures Television. It was the first-ever simulcast across Lifetime, A&E and History.