Project Runway 2′s finale is Bravo’s most-watched show ever with 3.4 million viewers

Last night’s finale of Project Runway 2 on Bravo was watched by 3.4 million viewers, “making it the most viewed single telecast in the 20-year history of the network,” Bravo said in a press release.

Of those, 2.5 million were ages 18 to 49. According to Bravo, the finale “also set records for the highest delivery of women 18-34 (1.1 million) and 18-49 (1.7 million) as well as delivering more women 25-54 (1.4 million) than any other show on cable last night.”

That’s also a significant increase from the season one finale’s ratings: a 70 percent increase in total viewers, an 88 percent increase for viewers 18 to 49, and a 102 percent increase for viewers 18 to 34.

All of this basically means we’ll be seeing Project Runway for years to come.

Season Finale of Bravo’s ‘Project Runway’ Smashes Record to Become Most Viewed Telecast in Network History [Bravo press release]

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