'Hot in Cleveland' Scores Season High With 2.4 Million Viewers

The TV Land sitcom jumps 22 percent on the heels of two Emmy nominations, including one for Betty White.

Hot in Cleveland is on fire in the ratings.

The TV Land sitcom scored a season high on Wednesday night, with a new episode averaging 2.4 million total viewers. That marks a 22 percent increase over the previous week.

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Cleveland, which airs at 10 p.m. Wednesdays, also earned a 1.0 rating among adults 25-54, up 22% over last week, and a 1.5 rating among women 25-54, up 31%.

The ratings increases come on the heels of two Emmy nominations for the show, including one for star Betty White for outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series.

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Cleveland also scored an Emmy nom for outstanding art direction for a multicamera series.

The show, which also stars Valerie Bertinelli, Jane Leeves and Wendie Malick, was recently renewed for a third season with a 24-episode pickup.