Last night’s season finale of BBC Two’s The Fall saw the series post its highest ever rated episode in the overnights with 3.6 million viewers tuning in. That is up from the previous overnight series high of 3.5 million viewers for the series premiere on May 13th.
With 3.6 million viewers, last night’s episode was up significantly from last week’s outing, posting gains of 0.3 million viewers or 9% on the 3.3 million viewers who watched the show’s fourth episode on June 3rd. Across its first season, The Fall has been averaging an overnight audience of 3.3 million viewers.
Elsewhere at 9pm, the concluding part of BBC One’s documentary D-Day: The Last Heroes pulled in 2.6 million viewers and a 12% share; on ITV the season finale of Vicious averaged 2.8 million viewers and a 12% share; while the season finale of fellow ITV sitcom The Job Lot pulled in 1.9 million viewers and a 8% share; Channel 4’s Big Fat Gypsy Weddings pulled in 2.8 million viewers and a 12% share; while over on Channel 5 a feature length episode of NCIS averaged 1.3 million viewers and a 6% share.