The Bachelor’s 100th season aired Tuesday and the ratings are in.
According to Nielsen data, the show’s season finale drew a 1.9 rating among adults 18-49 and a 2.1 among adults 25-54.
That’s up from last year’s finale, which drew a 2,066 demo rating and 1.4 million viewers, according to TV By the Numbers.
That puts The Bachelor in the top three shows among adults, 25-49, and adults 25 to 54 for the week of April 14-17, according the Nielsen Company.
ABC also picked up two of the week’s top three in its live +same-day ratings: the season premiere drew a 5.1 in adults 18 to 49 and a 6.2 in adults 25 and 54.
The finale of ABC’s Big Brother garnered a 3.4 in adults 50 and older and a 3 to 4 in adults under 50.
In total, ABC is averaging 3.3 million viewers for the show during its run, and the network is also adding more people to the show through its reruns.
The show is still down from last season’s season, when it averaged 5.8 million viewers and 4.1 million viewers in total.
CBS has also had its share of hits with the series, and last season it averaged 3.1 rating in adults over 50 and 3.0 in adults 35-49.
ABC will also air the finale of the third season of The Goldbergs on Sunday.
It will mark the final broadcast of The Bachelorette on the network, and will air its finale live on the cable network.
The Bachelor airs on ABC Sundays at 9 p.m.
Watch: The Bachelor and the Goldbergs return to ABC News’ The View on Sunday at 11 p. m.
ET, then on ABC’s The View at 2 a.m., 6 a. m., 10 a. am., and 12 a. pm.
WATCH: Watch The Bachelor return to The View