The conclusion of The Amazing Race 13, which concluded with Nick and Starr Spangler’s win, had more viewers than last season’s late-January conclusion.
CBS says that 10.57 million viewers watched, which is an increase of 8 percent over season 12’s 9.79 million.
Still, the last time the show concluded in December, it was watched by significantly more viewers: 12.9 million watched James and Tyler win The Amazing Race 10.
In other race news, as part of a mostly boring exit interview with Reality TV World, Nick and Starr said that Ken and Tina didn’t lose by much (“like 11 minutes, something like that. It was really close,” Starr said), but frat boys Dan and Andrew were extremely far behind, “[a]bout an hour-and-a-half after,” the winners said.
Exclusive: Nick and Starr Spangler dish about their ‘The Amazing Race’ win [Reality TV World]