Ratings: 'The Fall' Finale Scores 2.5 Million Viewers On BBC Two – TVWise

The Fall ended on a high note last night.
The sixth and final episode of the show’s second season, which ran an extended length of 90 minutes, drew an average audience of 2.5 million viewers and a 13% share, overnight figures have revealed.
That represents an increase of 0.4 million viewers or 19% on the 2.1 million viewers who tuned into last week episode. It also tied the season premiere as the highest rated episode of the show’s second season.
Across its six episode second season The Fall average an overnight audience of 2.2 million viewers, up by more than 50% on the channel’s 12 month slot average. Meanwhile, the show has also been registering big increases in consolidated ratings, with the fourth episode jumping by nearly 60% once time shifted viewing was factored in.
Officially, there is no word yet about a third season for The Fall but sources have long suggested that the show could move past its second season. TVWise will bring you more on the future of The Fall as and when information becomes available.