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See broadcasts for BBC AmericaSpyfall: Part One (Season 12: Ep 1)

Last updated 26 January 2020
Spyfall: Part One
Broadcast: Wednesday 1st January 2020
8:00pm-9:26pm EST (01:00 GMT) < > « » Premiere < > « »
BBC America (adverts during broadcast)
Featuring: Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill, Bradley Walsh, Sacha Dhawan, Stephen Fry, Lenny Henry

Intelligence agents around the world are under attack from alien forces. MI6 turns to the only people who can help: The Doctor and friends. As they travel the globe for answers, attacks come from all sides.

Synopsis Source: BBC America schedule
Broadcast Source: BBC America

Ratings Information:

Consolidated figures: 0.790m viewers (evening), 0.19% audience share, 52nd place - Nielsen - original cable shows by day, P18-49 %

Rankings are recorded by Nielson's Adult 18-49 score for original cable shows, indicating the percentage of the participating audience in that age category watching the programme. Spyfall: Part One achieved 0.19, placing it 52nd overall in the chart; it was only programme on BBC America to make the Top 150. 790,000 viewers watched in total, making it the 61st most watched programme of the day.

Other programes in the time slot included The First 48 on A&E (10/0.43/1.321m), Real Housewives on Bravo (11/0.42/1.194m), All Elite Wrestling on TNT (13/0.36/967K), Alaskan Bush People on Discovery (17/0.3/1.562m), Black Ink on VH1 (20/0.28/583K), Dream Home on Home and Garden (22/0.28/1.329m), Married at First Sight on Lifetime (29/0.26/981K), My 600-lb Life on TLC (32/0.26/960K), Killer Bods on Investigation Discovery (54/0.19/844K), WWE Next on USA Network (66/0.15/548K), Locked up Abroad on Nat Geo (80/0.12/342K), Tucker Carlson on Fox News (90/0.10/1.762m), Bigger on Black Entertainment TV (91/0.10/297K), Escaping My Stalker on Lifetime Movie Network (99/0.09/459K), Incredible Dr Pol on Nat Geo Wild (116/0.08/416K), and Shutter Island on HBO Prime (121/0.08/285K).

Taking into account the full week (Mon-Sun), the episode was ranked 222nd overall in the P18-49 rankings, and 371st in terms of total viewers (part two was 327th and and 503rd respectively). The episodes were the top programmes for BBC America, whose other charted shows for the week were the film The Hunger Games: Catchig Fire on Sunday (as mentioned above), and six episodes of Deep Space Nine.

[source: Showbuzz Daily]