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April 29, 2010

Nobody watched 'Party Down'

I mean, in national ratings terms, pretty much nobody.

Despite favorable advance publicity, the second season premiere of Starz's "Party Down" was a total bust on Friday night -- drawing 126,000 viewers.

That's 10,000 more viewers than its premiere last season.

That's 10,000 more viewers than its premiere last season.

Yes, I repeated that sentence on purpose. I mean, there were billboards, ads, positive reviews, on-air promotion and "Spartacus" warming up the night for original programming on Starz in recent weeks. Also, "Party Down" is funny. Which should help. But didn't.


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