Fan reaction to the Pretty Little Liars Season 2 finale (Season 2, Episode 25: “UnmAsked”) has been mixed, but the cast and crew have one big reason to celebrate: The finale did very well in the ratings.

According to TV by the Numbers, almost 3.7 million people tuned in, which is up from the 3.3 who watched the winter premiere — and it's over a million more than watched Season 2, Episode 24: “If These Dolls Could Talk.” We guess finding out "A"'s identity was a big draw!

The show scored a 1.6 rating in the coveted adults 18-49 demo (up from 1.0 the week before), and according to a press release from ABC Family, the finale was the network's number one telecast ever in the women 18-34 demo.

The real question is: How many people will be tuning in again next season, now that they know the truth about "A"? Hopefully all of the new questions from the finale will be enough to keep the audience hooked.

Catch an all-new Pretty Little Liars at the Season 3 premiere on Tuesday, June 5 at 8 pm ET/PT on ABC Family.

Source: TV by the Numbers, ABC Family

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