Consolidated Ratings: BBC One’s ‘The Paradise’ Rises To 5.5 Million Viewers

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The third episode of The Paradise‘s second season added just under one million viewers to its initial overnight audience when consolidated figures are factored in.

Per consolidated ratings, the third episode, which originally aired on Sunday November 3rd at 8pm, attracted an audience of 5.5 million viewers. That is an increase of 0.8 million viewers or 17% on the episode’s initial overnight audience of 4.7 million viewers. That also represents a week-to-week gain of 0.1 million viewers or 2% on the second episode’s consolidated audience of 5.4 million viewers. Season-to-date the second season of The Paradise has been averaging an overnight audience of 4.8 million viewers and a consolidated audience of 5.6 million viewers, both of which are down only slightly on the season one averages (4.9 million overnight/5.7 million consolidated).

Elsewhere on the night of Sunday November 3rd at 8pm, BBC Two’s Africa 2013: Countdown To The Rains pulled in 1.9 million viewers, adding some 0.1 million viewers and building on its initial overnight audience of 1.8 million viewers by 6%; ITV’s The X Factor attracted a consolidated audience of 9.4 million viewers, up 8% on the overnight audience of 8.7 million viewers; and the final episode of Channel 4’s Bigfoot Files added 0.03 million viewers to its initial overnight audience of 1.5 million viewers to deliver 1.53 million viewers.