Consolidated Ratings: BBC One’s ‘Hunted’ Up 32%, Nets 4.5 Million Viewers

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The third episode of BBC One’s spy drama Hunted (which originally aired Thursday October 18th at 9pm), pulled in a total of 4.5 million viewers, according to the consolidated ratings (live+7). That is a gain 1.1 million viewers or 32% over the initial overnight rating, when the series pulled in 3.4 million viewers and a 16% share.

Elsewhere on the night of Thursday October 18th, BBC Two’s The Choir, Channel 4’s Embarrassing Bodies, Channel 5’s Pale Rider and Red Dwarf X also made impressive gains. The Choir on BBC Two pulled in 3.1 million viewers, marking a rise of 300 000 or 11% on the initial ratings of 2.8 million viewers; Channel 4’s reality series Embarrassing Bodies made gains of almost 100 000 viewers or 6%, rising to 1.67 million viewers from the initial overnight figure of 1.6 million viewers; feature film Pale Rider over on Channel 5 netted 1 million viewers, up 100 000 or 11% on the initial rating of 0.9 million viewers; and the third episode of Red Dwarf X on Dave pulled in 1.5 million viewers, posting gains of 300 000 viewers or 25% on the initial audience of 1.2 million viewers.