Survivors – BBC TV

The BBC's revival of the classic 1970s post-apocalyptic drama by Terry Nation

Survivors episode one series two pulls in 4.45m

Posted by Rich Cross on January 13, 2010

The first episode of series two of Survivors drew in 4.45m viewers (a 17.5% audience share) according to overnight figures published by Attentional. This is a fairly strong showing, but down on the 5.33m (22.2%) the first ninety-minute episode of series one attracted in 2008.

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3 Responses to “Survivors episode one series two pulls in 4.45m”

  1. Viv said

    Whole episode taken up with rescuing two of the survivors – fairly boring stuff! Then we get Abby as the guinea pig,its obvious they are going to re-infect her – how is she going to get out of this?
    Needs more action, more coming together of like minded positive “save the world” people – enough of these “I am going to survive for me!” types.
    Loved the first series – but have a feeling this second one is not going to live up to the first? Hope we concentrate on Abby (when she is free) finding her son?

  2. Ole said

    Was the episode shown on BBC HD yesterday? According to BBC iPlayer it is on saturday, were the series 1 episodes also shown later on BBC HD than BBC One?

  3. Ole said

    Why did they reduce running time from ninety to sixty minutes? How many episodes are there in series 2?

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