ABC got mixed results from Super Bowl Sunday. Although the game itself averaged more than 88 million viewers making it the most-watched Super Bowl in five years only 17 million of those fans stuck around for Alias afterwards. That's one of the lowest ratings ever for a post-Super Bowl showcase. The network's spin? "Despite having the latest start in history for a post-Super Bowl entertainment program, [Alias] hit its highest ratings ever more than doubling its average audience among young adults and increasing its total viewer delivery by over 8 million viewers." Stop, I'm dizzy!
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