Amar a muerte Ends on a High in the US

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by @todotvnews the 13/03/2019
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The supernatural series produced by W Studios and Lemon Studios bowed out this Monday with its highest rating and granting Univision leadership of the night.

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. 
 
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