'Saints & Sinners' Season 2 Seen by 7.3 Million
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'Saints & Sinners' Season 2 Seen by 7.3 Million

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The second season finale of the hit Bounce drama "Saints & Sinners" reached 1.3 million unduplicated viewers across two premiere airings on Sunday, April 23, and the second season has been seen by nearly 7.3 million unduplicated viewers to date, Bounce TV announced this week.

The network also announced that it will present a "Saints & Sinners" Weekend April 29-30, with binge-worthy viewing marathons of the full series; season one on Saturday and season two on Sunday starting at 2:00 p.m. (ET) both days.

The east coast premiere of "Saints & Sinners" #208 Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. (ET) averaged 573K Total Viewers. "Saints & Sinners" helped Bounce finish in top four among all ad-supported cable in the Primetime delivery of its targeted audience of African Americans on Sunday night (8-11 p.m.) including AA P18-49 and P25-54 as well as in AA Households and Total AA Viewers. Bounce beat BET, AMC, TBS, USA, OWN, TV1 and more than 90 other networks in these categories.

In general market, Bounce was a Top 40 network in Prime Sunday night among HHs (#38) and in the key adult demos P18-49 (#31), P25-54 (#33) as well as P2+ (#38), ahead of over 70 other ad-supported cable networks including Comedy Central, TruTV, HLN, BET and OWN and others.

"Saints & Sinners" stars Vanessa Bell Calloway, Christian Keyes, Keith Robinson, Clifton Powell, J.D. Williams, Jasmine Burke, Demetria McKinney and Tray Chaney. Season two brought viewers back to Cypress, Georgia, the sleepy southern town outside Atlanta which was rocked by two stunning murders in season one. Concealed secrets clawed their way to the surface, new alliances were formed and deceit and compromising sexual affairs threatened to shatter lives and demolish the heart of Greater Hope Baptist Church and the town forever.

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