HISTORY'S "COUNTING CARS" SEASON TWO FINALE SCORES STELLAR RATINGS
#1 Among All Cable Networks with Adults 18-49 in the 9pm Hour
NEW YORK, August 1, 2013 - The season 2 finale of HISTORY's COUNTING CARS was a ratings success for the network. On Tuesday, July 30 the show premiered with back to back 30 minute episodes at 9pm ET to an average of 3 million total viewers, 1.6 million Adults 25-54 and 1.5 million Adults 18-49 - earning the series it's best ever Tuesday night performance.
The series 2 finale finished #1 among all cable networks in the 9pm hour with Adults 18-49. In addition, the COUNTING CARS episode at 9:30pm reached 1.7 million Adults 25-54 and 1.6 million Adults 18-49. This episode was the #1 show in cable among Adults 18-49 for the night.
Danny Koker and the crew from Count's Kustoms, his Vegas-based auto repair business, are behind the wheel again for a new season of COUNTING CARS. The heat is on as the boys buy, trick out and re-sell classic cars, bikes and more. Danny is obsessed, so the more rides he buys, the faster they have to move to keep Count's Kustoms in business. The series 2 finale premiered Tuesday, July 30 at 9pm ET on HISTORY. Check out history.com/countingcars for more info.
COUNTING CARS is produced for HISTORY by Leftfield Pictures. Zachary Behr and Julian Hobbs are Executive Producers for HISTORY. Executive Producers for Leftfield Pictures are Brent Montgomery, David George, and Shawn Witt. Joel Patterson is Co-Executive Producer for Leftfield Pictures.
HISTORY(R), now reaching more than 98 million homes, is the leading destination for award-winning original series and specials that connect viewers with history in an informative, immersive and entertaining manner across all platforms. The network's all-original programming slate, including scripted event programming, features a roster of hit series including American Pickers(R), American Restoration(TM), Ax Men(TM), Ice Road Truckers(R), Pawn Stars(R), Swamp People(R) and Top Shot(R) as well as History's first scripted series Vikings, and epic miniseries and special programming such as The Bible and the Emmy(R) Award-winning Hatfields & McCoys, Gettysburg, Vietnam in HD, America The Story of Us and 102 Minutes That Changed America. The HISTORY website is the leading online resource for all things history, and in 2011, the United States Library of Congress selected HISTORY's Civil War 150 site for inclusion in the historic collection of Internet materials related to the American Civil War sesquicentennial. www.history.com.