The show debuted to record-breaking numbers in January when it made its return on BET and averaged about five million viewers each week thereafter.
Actress Tia Mowry, who plays Dr. Melanie Davis on the dramedy, is happy that the show's fans continue to support the relaunch of the series.
"I am thrilled and so happy that our fans have stuck with us through this whole ordeal," Mowry told BlackVoices.com. "The fans that are still hanging in there are our true fans and it does not go unnoticed."
Co-star Barry Floyd, who plays the endearing Tee-Tee on the show, said that this season is just the beginning of many more great seasons.
The season finale of 'The Game' averaged 4.4 million viewers on BET last night.
The show was watched by over 17 million viewers during its season four reboot on BET and was the top weeknight telecast among black viewers each week since its premiere.
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