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'STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION' FINALE TOPS ALL SYNDICATED AND NETWORK PROGRAMMING

 2-Hour Final Episode Ranks as the Highest-Rated Syndicated Program
 or Special of the 93-94 Season
 HOLLYWOOD, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- "Star Trek: The Next Generation" continued its impressive ratings performance as the national ratings for the two-hour finale ranked the series as the No. 1 show among both syndicated and network programming for the week ending June 5, 1994. Produced by Paramount Network Television and distributed by Paramount Domestic Television, the two-hour final episode entitled "All Good Things ...," garnered a 19.5 NTI (GAA) rating, 17.4 (AA).
 In taking the top spot among all syndicated and network programming, "Star Trek: The Next Generation's" two-hour finale outperformed all network prime time programming including such traditional top 10 network series as ABC's "Home Improvement" (18.5), NBC's "Seinfeld" (16.5), CBS's "60 Minutes" (14.9) and ABC's "Roseanne" (12.9).
 Furthermore, "Star Trek: The Next Generation's" two-hour finale was No. 1 among all syndicated programs in all key demographics, including men 18-34, 18-49, 25-54; women 18-34, 18-49, 25-54 and among teens and kids.
 Delivering over 31 million viewers, "All Good Things ..." ranks as the highest rated syndicated program or special of the 93-94 season and is the fourth most-watched syndicated special ever.
 Paramount Television Group is part of the entertainment operations of Paramount Communications Inc., which is a majority-owned subsidiary of Viacom Inc.
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 /CONTACT: John A. Wentworth or Trisha Drissi, media relations, of Paramount Television, 213-956-5965; or Larry Goldman or Diane Castro, of Bender, Goldman & Helper, 310-473-4147/


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