The media-empire drama’s second season, created and showrun by Jesse Armstrong, concluded with an episode that posted 1.1 million viewers across multiple HBO platforms on Sunday, according to the pay TV channel. That’s 12% better than Season 1’s finale and up slightly from the prior week’s episode, which put up 1.08 million.
The overall-eyeballs tally, which counts the initial 9 p.m. airing on HBO, as well as streams on HBO Go and HBO Now, is down a bit from the series record the show hit with its Season 2 premiere on Aug. 11, which drew 1.2 million multiplatform viewers.
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But digital viewing for the “Succession” Season 2 finale, titled “This Is Not for Tears,” actually reached a series high, and was +53% from