Regina Spektor Sees Massive Shazam Spike From 'Good Wife' Series Finale

Regina Spektor in West Hollywood California
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Regina Spektor attends the 10th annual Global Women's Rights Awards at Pacific Design Center on May 18, 2015 in West Hollywood, Calif.

Regina Spektor saw a massive spike in attention on the music discovery app Shazam thanks to the use of her song "Better" on Sunday's The Good Wife series finale. 

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Spektor saw about 11,000 Shazams from the episode, according to the company -- a substantial increase from the 20 per day she was seeing the week prior to airing. 

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The "Better" sync was used in a noteworthy scene of self reflection for protagonist Alicia Florrick, considering the different loves of her life. 

The CBS legal drama wrapped Sunday after seven seasons. Fast National returns from Nielsen gave the finale a 1.2 rating among adults 18-49 and 10.5 million viewers -- nearly a 20 percent week-to-week rise in the key demo and marks a season high among total viewers by same-day standards, according to The Hollywood Reporter