The sixth-season premiere of Doctor Who drew 1.3 million on BBC America on Saturday to become the cable channel’s most-watched telecast ever. It was up 6% from the previous record holder, Doctor Who‘s season premiere last year. Meanwhile, in the U.K., Doctor Who posted 6.5 million viewers for its season debut Saturday, down 17% from last season’s premiere.
'Dr. Who' Premiere Sets Ratings Record For BBC America
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