The Fall has once again seen a considerable uptick in the ratings after time-shifted viewing has been factored in.
The second episode of the BBC Two drama’s second season, which originally aired on Thursday November 20th at 9pm, pulled in a total audience of 3.1 million viewers, consolidated figures have revealed.
That is an increase of 0.9 million viewers or 41% on the episode’s initial overnight audience of 2.2 million viewers. Said numbers are, however, down by 0.4 million viewers or 11% on the consolidated ratings for the season two premiere (3.5 million viewers).
Season-to-date the second season of The Fall has been averaging an overnight audience of 2.2 million viewers and a consolidated audience of 3.3 million viewers. While those numbers are down by 33% on the season one average overnight, and 23% on the season one average consolidated, the show is nevertheless beating the slot average and holding its own against ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here.