Children of Earth's Record Breaking American Ratings

By Mark
It has recently been revealed by BBC America that Day Five, the fifth and final part of Torchwood's third series, managed to gain the channel its highest viewing figures to date. This is a fantastic achievement and the preceding four episodes of Children of Earth were also very popular with the channel's audience. On average, the series managed to gain a viewing figure of 705,000 people per episode and the series finale managed to draw in 847,000 viewers. Planet of the Dead, the latest episode of Doctor Who, also aired in America recently and that also received a high amount of viewing figures for the channel with an audience of 657,000 people. Children of Earth and Planet of the Dead were also recently screened at this year's San Diego Comic Con and you can view more information about both of their achievements here in an official press release issued by BBC America. You can find the viewing figures for Children of Earth's transmissions in the United Kingdom here along with more information about each part of the series. What do you think of this news?

2 comments so far.

  1. Anonymous 15 August 2009 at 14:38
    Yay! I really loved this series and wish we had more of it. Will we ever get Torchwood and Dr. Who on a regular basis over here???

    Jenny from Texas
  2. Harry 16 August 2009 at 01:54
    oh my jolly gosh, darling! this is lush stuff from america, babe. these ratings are high but john barrowman, being such a gorgeous gay icon, should have had all americans watching. lush site xxx.

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