ABC Family already has what what all cable networks strive to get every summer, one breakout hit, in Switched at Birth, which launched with record-breaking 3.3 million viewers earlier this month. The network’s second new drama, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, couldn’t match that performance, debuting with 2.2 million viewers Tuesday night. That was lower than other recent ABC Family premieres, including Pretty Little Liars and Make It Or Break It, which both opened with 2.5 million viewers. Nine Lives, which aired against the first hour of NBC’s The Voice held onto 59% of the audience of its lead-in, the second-season premiere of Pretty Little Liars (3.7 million), which was up from its series debut, down slightly from its record-setting winter premiere (4.2 million) and on par with its freshman-season finale. Pretty Little Liars was the most-watched series on cable last night.
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By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Thursday June 16, 2011 @ 11:39am PDTTags: Cable Ratings, Covert Affairs, Hawthorne, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Memphis Beat, Pretty Little Liars, The Nine Lives of Chloe King, Tosh.0, White Collar
By NELLIE ANDREEVA | Monday July 12, 2010 @ 7:38am PDTTags: Archer, Bob's Burgers, Cable TV, Comedy Central, Funny or Die, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Jon Glaser, Kent Alterman
EXCLUSIVE: Comedy Central has ordered Jon Benjamin Has a Van to series with a 10-episode order. The pickup caps a great week for Benjamin who landed his first Emmy nomination on Thursday for his voice work as the title character on …