Republican presidential candidates during the ABC News GOP Presidential debate. (Kevork Djansezian/GETTY IMAGES)

“Your Voice, Your Vote” — starring Diane Sawyer and George Stephanopoulos, co-starring candidates Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Perry, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum and Ron Paul — ranked as Saturday night’s most watched program.

There have been so many GOP presidential debates in the past few months, it’s actually got more aired episodes than “Playboy Club,” “Free Agents” or“How to Be a Gentleman.”

The latest “Your Voice, Your Vote” on ABC outperformed the ratings record-holder — Fox News Channel’s GOP presidential hopefuls sparring match of Sept. 22 — by about 1.47 million viewers.

FNC’s debate, which clocked about 6.11 million viewers, had held the record while three more debates came and went:

●A CNN debate on Oct. 18 (5.5 million)

●A CNBC debate on Nov. 9 (3.3 million

●A CBS debate on Nov. 12 (5.3 million)

“We’re just so excited people are tuning in for this election — paying attention to this election,” Diane Sawyer told The TV Column on Monday morning. “As we said, people really want to be informed for this choice. I think that’s what we’re seeing the viewership in all these debates.”