By James Hibberd
Updated December 13, 2011 at 08:05 PM EST

The Stephen King miniseries Bag of Bones performed well on A&E, pulling in 3.4 million viewers Sunday night and ranking as the most-watched program on cable that night.

Part 2 on Monday showed strong retention, delivering another 3 million viewers. It’s the best-performing miniseries since A&E’s own Andromeda Strain in 2008. (But is two nights really a “miniseries”? Just saying…). Here’s the numbers for HBO’s Boardwalk Empire finale and sneak preview of Luck.