In its double-episode finale, the Mexican adaptation of the Turkish drama Kara Para Aşk, ranked among the most watched on US broadcast TV.

Last Sunday night, the Televisa telenovela Imperio de mentiras (Empire of Lies) reached its conclusion on Univision, and said goodbye with excellent results.

With 1.5 million total viewers 2+, 466,000 adults 18-49 and 159,000 adults 18-34, Univision positioned itself as the second most watched network on US broadcast TV overnight, surpassing ABC, NBC, FOX and The CW among adults 18-49 and adults 18-34 years.

With these numbers, revealed by Nielsen, the Mexican version of the Turkish drama Kara Para Aşk placed Univision as the leading Hispanic network in all three demographic groups during prime time.

This marked the 20th consecutive Sunday night in the current 2020/2021 season in which Univision topped Telemundo among Total Viewers 2+.

Throughout the final week, Empire of Lies averaged 1.6 million total viewers 2+, 563,000 adults 18-49 and 201,000 adults 18-34, putting Univision ahead of CBS and The CW in the 9 p.m. slot. hours between the two main adult segments.

In addition, the telenovela also surpassed Telemundo’s La suerte de Loli among Total Viewers 2+ (+ 42% adv.), Adults 18-49 (+ 34% adv.) And Adults 18-34 (+ 19% adv.).

Imperio de mentiras is a Giselle González production and stars Angelique Boyer and Andrés Palacios.

It tells the story of Elisa Cantú, a successful art curator who, upon returning to Mexico from New York, where she resides, encounters an unexpected tragedy that will change her life.