‘Roots’ Remake Scores 5.3 MILLION Viewers To Become The Most Watched Miniseries In 3 Years!

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'Roots' Remake Scores 5.3 MILLION Viewers

“Roots” Remake Scores 5.3 Million Viewers

The Memorial Day premiere of A+E’s “Roots” reboot scored 5.3 million viewers across across History, A&E and Lifetime making it the most watched miniseries in three years!

Including the rebroadcasts, the total viewers increased to 8.5 million viewers.

Via Deadline:

The crowd marks the biggest overall crowd for a cable miniseries opening in three years, since the December 2013 opening of four-hour mini Bonnie & Clyde delivered 9.8 million total viewers. But the latest adaptation of Alex Haley’s best-seller fell short of Bonnie & Clyde’s 4.2 million viewers among adults 25-54 viewers. Roots logged 2.1M in that demo, as well as 1.8M 18-49 year old viewers. Bonnie & Clyde also had been simulcast on Lifetime, A&E and History.

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