The season two finale of HBO's Boardwalk Empire drew 3 million viewers to its 9 p.m. airing this Sunday (Dec. 11), a season-high for the drama according to HBO.
That's a 3% bump over the 2.9 million viewers that tuned in for the prohibition-era drama's season premiere in September.
With another 834,00 viewers watching its 11 p.m. replay, a combined audience of 3.8 million viewers tuned into the finale that night.
A preview of HBO's new series Luck at 10 p.m. averaged 1.1 million viewers. The horseracing drama from Michael Mann and David Milch, starring Dustin Hoffman, premieres Jan. 29.