BET’s ‘The Game’ ends season on a winning note

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‘The Game,’ BET’s football-themed comedy about the women involved with the players of a fictional San Diego football team, scored sizable ratings in its season finale.

Tuesday’s episode drew in 4.4 million viewers, according to Nielsen.


The series, which stars Tia Mowry Hardict and Wendy Raquel Robinson, broke records in its season premiere in January when it attracted 7.7 million viewers, making it the highest-rated ad-supported sitcom broadcast in cable history.

BET acquired ‘The Game’ after three seasons on the CW, which yanked the show from its schedule in 2009 due to low ratings.

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