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UK TV Ratings: BBC's The Tourist returns with just 2.2 million viewers, easily beating ITV's Post Office drama

UK TV Ratings: BBC's The Tourist returns with just 2.2 million viewers, easily beating ITV's Post Office drama

BBC drama Tourist It returned for season two last night with just 2.2 million viewers at 9pm GMT (1pm PT) on New Year's Day, comfortably beating ITV's post office drama.

The episode, which peaked at 2.5 million viewers, attracted less than half the number of viewers the first season had premiered at the same location two years earlier. That number is likely to rise significantly when viewers watch it on iPlayer, where all episodes are available, in the coming weeks.

Jamie Dornan's film, which this season moves from Australia to Ireland and follows a car crash victim who wakes up in hospital with amnesia, will premiere on Netflix in the US in a few weeks and will be co-produced by Australian Stan. And the German ZDF. The first season was co-produced by streaming operator Max (then HBO Max). project Flea bag In last night's episode from producer Two Brothers Pictures, Elliot Dornan was kidnapped while he and Helen traveled to Ireland to find answers about his past.

Tourist Yesterday ranked third among the most watched programs on the BBC. ITV's heartbreaking second episode is comfortably behind us Mr. Bates v. Post Office. Starring Toby Jones, the film tells the story of what is considered the largest miscarriage of justice in British legal history. Both remain on their respective channels tonight.

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