History Channel Breaks August Records


The History Channel said it drew 1.1 million total viewers in August, its best August in the network's history.

The network, which also surpassed the 90 million household mark, said it also posted record adults 25-54 impressions (529,000, up 9% from 2005) and 18-49 impressions (446,000, up 5%).

The networks biggest draws in August were The Exodus Decoded (2.3 million viewers); Lost Worlds: Secret Cities of the A-Bomb (1.6 million); Band of Brothers: Replacements (1.6 million); Violent Earth: New England's Killer Hurricane (1.5 million); and Countdown to Ground Zero (1.4 million).