SCI FI #1 ON CABLE IN THE KEY DEMOGRAPHIC OF ADULTS 25-54 FOR WEEK OF 12/5
THE TRIANGLE WATCHED BY OVER 28 MILLION! *
NEW YORK -- December 13, 2005 -- SCI FI earned the #1 spot on cable for the week of 12/5/2005-12/11/2005 with P25-54, topping all 66 measured cable networks and delivering nearly 1.3 million viewers (P25-54) in prime time (M-Su 8pm-11pm). Across its 15 telecasts (12/5-12/11), 'Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin Present The Triangle' scored over 28 million viewers (P2+).*
Week of 12/5 (M-Su 8pm-11pm):
--SCI FI had its best week in overall ratings (1.9 HH) and delivery (2.2 million P2+) since week two of 'Steven Spielberg Presents TAKEN' in December 2002 (12/9-12/15: 2.5 HH/3 million P2+).
--Third highest-rated and most-watched week for SCI FI, behind the two-week run of 'Steven Spielberg Presents TAKEN.'
--The Channel has also had its best week in P18-49 (1 million) and P25-54 (1.3 million) since the 'Battlestar Galactica' miniseries in December 2003 (12/8-12/14: 1.1 million P18-49, 1.3 million P25-54**).
--Over 14 million unique total viewers (14.3 million P2+) and more than 8 million unique P25-54s watched one of the first 12 telecasts of 'The Triangle.'
--'The Triangle' brought in 4.9 million (P2+) new viewers to SCI FI.
'Bryan Singer and Dean Devlin Present The Triangle:'
--The six-hour original miniseries event scored an average 3.6 HH rating over its three night original run (December 5-7 @ 9-11pm) ? making it the highest-rated miniseries on SCI FI since the Emmy Award-winning 'Steven Spielberg Presents TAKEN' (2002).
--'The Triangle' made SCI FI Channel the #1 primetime (8-11pm) destination in cable among P25-54 for all three nights that it aired. And 45% of those P25-54 were women ? SCI FI's best delivery of F25-54 since 'TAKEN.' The miniseries averaged 4.2 million viewers a night (P2+).
The miniseries marks the first collaboration between Hollywood filmmaking talents Bryan Singer ('X-Men,' 'Superman Returns') and Dean Devlin ('Independence Day'), with a teleplay by Rockne S. O'Bannon from a story by O'Bannon and Singer & Devlin.
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