SCIENCE CHANNEL'S THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN BECOMES THE HIGHEST RATED SERIES PREMIERE IN NETWORK HISTORY
The world premiere of THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN became the highest rated series premiere in Science Channel history among HH AA%, and the #1 telecast in network history among HH delivery. The Wednesday, June 9 premiere episode, "Is There a Creator?", earned triple-digit ratings increases versus the second quarter 2010 timeslot average:
HH +200% (0.72 vs. 0.24)
P25-54 +215% (0.41 vs. 0.13)
M25-54 +219% (0.51 vs. 0.16)
W25-54 +220% (0.32 vs. 0.10)
P2+ +217% (647k vs. 204k)
Previously, Science Channel's highest rated series premiere was SCI FI SCIENCE: PHYSICS OF THE IMPOSSIBLE on December 1, 2009, with a 0.51 HH AA%.
An all-new episode of THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN airs Wednesday, June 16 at 10 PM ET. "The Riddle of Black Holes" examines new theoretical research into the most powerful objects in the universe. THROUGH THE WORMHOLE WITH MORGAN FREEMAN airs Wednesdays at 10 PM ET.
THROUGH THE WORMHOLE is produced by Revelations Entertainment and The Incubator. Morgan Freeman and Lori McCreary are executive producers for Revelations Entertainment. Simon Andreae and James Younger are executive producers for The Incubator. Sara Kozak is executive producer for Science Channel. Bernadette McDaid is vice president of production for Science Channel, and Debbie Myers is general manager and executive vice president of programming for Science Channel.
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