Who needed a name change? The SciFi Channel has just announced that the last three months were the tenth consecutive quarter of growth for women viewers, adding 10% to their number of women aged 18-34.
The channel added 7% to their adults aged 18-34, and 4% to their overall viewership, according to the press release, with the final episodes of Battlestar Galactica and the ever-present Ghost Hunters and Ghost Hunters International leading the way in viewers, making the network the fifth watched basic cable channel for the month (Last March, they were 8th). Considering that the network is already growing its female audience at such a rate, it'll be interesting to see if the channel's rebranding in June will change these numbers in any way whatsoever, really.
Sci-Fi Jumps to Number 5 in Adults 25-54 for March [The Futon Critic]