'American Horror Story' Sees Ratings Rebound in Third Week

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FX's American Horror Story bounced back a bit in the ratings, climbing 5 percent in total viewers for its third episode and reaching a series high in adults 18-34.

The series was up 12 percent among adults 18-49 (2.03 million vs. 1.75 million), approaching the premiere demo rating of 2.04.

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In adults 18-34, American Horror Story pulled a series high of 1.25 million, a gain of 24 percent from last week. The episode also performed especially well among men 18-34, where it posted another series high.

Total audience reached 2.59 million viewers, compared to the sophomore outings' 2.46 million -- still down from the series premiere numbers of 3.2 million.

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Capitalizing on Halloween, FX has scheduled a marathon of the first 4 episodes of American Horror Story for Monday, Oct. 31.