The miniseries’ second night viewership across A+E NetworksHistory, A&E and Lifetime, was down 24% from Night One. Of the 7.4 million viewers, 3.1 million fell into the 25-54 age bracketfirst-photos-of-bonnie-and-clyde-miniseries-01. On History, the miniseries, starring Emile Hirsch and Holliday Grainger in the title roles,  logged 2.8 million viewers overall; Lifetime and A&E networks each averaged 2.3 million.

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Overall, the two-part miniseries averaged 8.6 million viewers — 3.6 million in that age bracket. That secures Bonnie & Clyde‘s status as basic cable’s third most watched miniseries since ’06, behind History’s mega hits Hatfields & McCoys and The Bible. Bonnie & Clyde had grossed 9.8 million viewers and 4.2 million demo viewers during its world premiere on Sunday. History also led the simulcast that night,  with 3.7 million viewers, followed by Lifetime (3.1 million) and A&E (3 million).

Tessa
10 months
God awful series. Felt like I was watching the 1930's version of Reign.
Reality Man
10 months
AC, I don't understand your question... Aren't they cuming the premiere on all 3 networks from 9-11pm?...
AO
10 months
She looks like the Golden Age Silk Spectre from Watchmen.

The project, which also starred Holly Hunter and William Hurt, marked A+E Networks’ first-ever simulcast across the three networks. Sony Pictures Television produced the mini, from executive producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, based on  the script byJohn Rice and Joe Batteer, directed by Bruce Beresford.