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'Mad Men' Season 7 Premiere Is Lowest in Viewers Since 2008

'Mad Men' Season 7 Premiere Is Lowest in Viewers Since 2008

While it seemed like there could not have been more anticipation than ever for Mad Men, the season seven premiere last night had its lowest premiere viewership since 2008.

The episode drew in 2.3 million viewers, which was just ahead of season two’s debut with 2.06 million people watching, according to Deadline.

To put this in perspective, last year’s season six debuted with a two hour episode that brought in 3.5 million viewers and season five’s premiere was the most watched episode of the series with 3.6 million viewers.

This will be the final season of Mad Men, but it has been split into two parts so we won’t see the ending until 2015.

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