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UK TV Ratings: 'Traitors' returns to the BBC with 3 million viewers

UK TV Ratings: 'Traitors' returns to the BBC with 3 million viewers

I came back in horror, Traitors I returned to the BBC last night and 3 million viewers watched.

The opening episode, which introduces the 22 contestants and three of them dubbed “Traitors”, has been anticipated for months following the huge success of the first episode.

Once again expertly directed by Claudia Winckelmann, this show was watched by nearly 3.1 million viewers, including a fortuneteller, a chess coach and a British Army engineer, who joined the battle at the now beloved Scottish castle.

Episodes will air three times a week, with three episodes streaming simultaneously on iPlayer, with season two of the US version launching on Peacock soon, hosted by Alan Cumming.

Produced by All3Media Advanced Squid game: fight According to producer Studio Lambert, this series remains completely faithful to the last series considering the success of the one, with only minor modifications including the opportunity to have more “armor” for “cool” people who want to avoid being eliminated.

Although 3M is miles away from the world of entertainment, I'm famous And Sure come dancing, It's a good showing for a highly formatted reality show that has only been airing for two seasons, and the numbers on iPlayer are likely to grow. However, BBC bosses were hoping to surpass last year's opening episode, which reached 2.9 million, as the broadcaster puts its marketing muscle behind the series.

The first episode from last year Traitors England's population has reached 2.9 million, thanks to a huge victory in a World Cup football match. It generated ratings increases from start to finish on both iPlayer and Linary, a rare feat for a multi-episode entertainment program. The finale was watched by 3.3 million people and was an incredibly dramatic result.

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From BBC Survivor The reboot opened to 2.5 million in October 2023; This is roughly on par with the ITV reboot Big brother.