Let’s Kill Hitler is SPACE’s Highest Rated Program Ever!

Let’s Kill Hitler is SPACE’s Highest Rated Program Ever!

834,000 viewers watched Let’s Kill Hitler last Saturday night. Making Doctor Who the most watched show in SPACE’s almost 15 year history. It was the most-watched program overall on Canadian television for adult viewers.

At it’s peak 977,000 people were watching.

Torchwood, Miracle Day, which also aired on SPACE, was the second-most watched program of Saturday night, with an impressive 528,000 viewers.

See the BellMedia press release.

Read this related Doctor Who Blog entry.

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