The episode was the reality series' least-watched finale for all six seasons. At its height, "Jersey Shore" averaged nearly 9 million viewers.
Among the 12-34 demographic, the episode drew a 2.8 rating, the entertainment industry publication said.
MTV isn't ditching the "Shore" cast altogether, though, with season two of "Snooki and JWoww," scheduled to premiere next month and the continuation of "The Pauly D Project."
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