Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars sets BBC America ratings record
BBC America has announced that Saturday’s showing of “Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars” brought in the highest-ever primetime rating for the network.
More than 1.1 million viewers tuned in to “Waters of Mars,” the first of three Doctor Who specials that will air on three straight Saturdays, as David Tennant ends his run as the Doctor.
BBC AMERICA ranked No. 13 in coverage rating during the premiere among ad supported cable nets for A25-54.
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Television’s longest running hit science fiction series, Doctor Who, has never been bigger in the U.S. On Saturday, December 19, Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars delivered BBC AMERICA its highest ever primetime rating and delivery in total viewers and A25-54.
The Waters of Mars is the first of three Doctor Who specials airing three straight Saturdays on BBC AMERICA, the finale to David Tennant’s era as the Tenth Doctor.
Over 1.1million viewers watched the program on Saturday, ranking BBC AMERICA #13 in coverage rating during the premiere among ad supported cable nets for A25-54.
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