After more than four months on air, this Monday, March 11, Amar a muerte came to an end on Univision in the US and made the network the highest-rated of the night.
WIth a double episode aired from 9:00pm to 11:00pm, the supernatural series reached 4.2 million total viewers 2+, who tuned in to the entire broadcast or part of it, according to Nielsen.
In addition, the finale of the fiction series produced by W Studios in collaboration with Lemon Studios, said goodbye to an average 2 million total viewers 2+, 957,000 adults 18-49 and 366,000 adults 18-34.
These numbers made the finale the highest-rated one for a 10:00pm series on Univision since La Piloto, also by W Studios, ended back in 2017.
The series starring Angelique Boyer and Michel Brown ranked Univision ahead of CBS, FOX, The CW and Telemundo on Monday among adults 18-34, and ahead of CBS, The CW and Telemundo among adults 18-49.
The double episode also made Univision the leading Hispanic network ahead of Telemundo (which aired Betty in NY and a special edition of La Reina del Sur).
This way, since its premiere on October 29, 2018, Amar a muerte averaged 1.4 million viewers, 622,000 adults 18-49 and 254,000 adults 18-34.
Created by the Venezuelan writer Leonardo Padrón, the series tells a story of love, crime and revenge that uncovers the mysteries of life after death. A story about second chances, the possibility of redemption, the dark labyrinths of revenge and the relationship between power and ambition.
Amar a muerte is distributed by Televisa Internacional.