'Mentiras', the series starring Javier Rey and Ángela Cremonte, reaches its historical maximum with the airing of the last episode.
The ending of ‘Mentiras’ (Lies) becomes the most watched Spanish series in 2 years, reaching its biggest amounts by viewers and rate: 1.810.000 and 14,9%.
The Antena 3 series starring Javier Rey and Ángela Cremonte, and produced by Atresmedia TV in collaboration with Buendía Estudios, has achieved something that we have not seen for years: maintaining its audience and achieving its historical maximum with the last chapter.
The series already conquered 1,734,000 viewers after the broadcast of the first episode, with a 13.2% audience rate, becoming the best premiere of a Spanish series of the season and the most watched fiction of the day.
Every Wednesday night, with the airing of each episode, ‘Mentiras’ (Lies) was placed in the Twitter list of Trending Topics in Spain, with different hashtags. With these data, the series closes with an average rate of 13,2% and 1.647.000 viewers and it has been the most watched pre-recorded program in Antena 3 during the month of January adding more than 237.000 average viewers to its linear broadcast.