Ratings: BBC One’s ‘The Paradise’ Remains Steady With 4.7 Million Viewers

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BBC One’s period drama series The Paradise was able to retain 100% of its audience between week 3 and week 4, overnight data has revealed.

Last night’s episode pulled in 4.7 million viewers and a 19% share, steady with the 4.7 million viewers/18% who tuned into the third episode of the show’s second season on Sunday November 3rd. Season-to-date the second season of The Paradise has been averaging an overnight audience of 4.8 million viewers, down only slightly (0.1 million viewers or 2%) on the season one average overnight audience of 4.9 million viewers.

Elsewhere on Sunday night at 8pm, the second episode of BBC Two’s Africa 2013: Countdown To The Rains averaged 1.9 million viewers and a 7% share; ITV’s The X Factor pulled in 9.2 million viewers and a 35% share, winning the 8pm slot; Channel 4’s Secret History – Tutankhamun: The Mystery of the Burnt Mummy pulled in an average audience of 1.6 million viewers and a 6% share; while over on Channel 5 feature film Rush Hour (19:05-21:00) was watched by an average audience of just under 1 million viewers.