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May 16, 2009

Finale ratings: 'Prison Break,' 'Flashpoint,' 'Ghost'

Prison break finale Suddenly, the numbers look a little different.

With Fox picking up Friday night's "Dollhouse," which ended its run at a 1.0, what does that say about Fox's canceled "Prison Break" (3.3 million), which had its two-hour series finale, ending with a 1.2? Or the finale of CW's "The Game" (1.8 million) folding with 0.9?

NBC tied usual winner CBS thanks to its two-hour movie "Farrah's Story" (8.9 million, 2.4) ranking as the evening's highest-rated show.

CBS' aired modest season finales for "Ghost Whisperer" (8.9 million, 2.0), "Flashpoint" (8.4 million, 1.8) and "Numbers" (9.6 million, 2.1).

ABC ran a special two-hour "America's Funniest Home Videos" (5.6 million, 1.8), which served as the show's finale, followed by "20/20" (5.7 million, 1.6).


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