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See broadcasts for BBC AmericaNikola Tesla's Night of Terror (Season 12: Ep 4)

Last updated 26 January 2020
Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror
Broadcast: Sunday 19th January 2020
8:00pm-9:11pm EST (01:00 GMT) < > « » Premiere < > « »
BBC America (adverts during broadcast)
Featuring: Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill, Bradley Walsh, Robert Glenister, Anjli Mohindra, Goran Višnjić

1903. Who or what is sabotaging Nikola Tesla's generator plant at Niagara Falls? And has this maverick inventor really received a message from Mars?
Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: BBC America

Ratings Information:

Consolidated figures: 0.490m viewers (evening), 0.12% audience share, 56th 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. Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror achieved 0.12, placing it 56th overall in the chart; it was only programme on BBC America to make the Top 150. 490,000 viewers watched in total, making it the 73rd most watched programme of the day.

Ratings were generally down on the previous week: the two highest rated shows in the timeslot and of the evening continued to be TLC's 90 Day Fiance with a 0.67 audience share (2.46m viewers) and Real Housewives on Bravo with 0.64 (1.75m). Other channel offerings included Jumanji on FX (5/0.45/1.45m), Coco on Freeform (7/0.37/978K), Power 6 on Starz Primary (9/0.33/903K), the Screen Actors Guild Awards on TNT (15/0.26/1.19m) and TBS (30/0.18/824K), Obsession: Dark Desires on Investigation Discovery (37/0.16/736K), American Sniper on A&E (42/0.14/473K), Ray Donovan on Showtime Prime (52/0.12/1.05m), Murder in the Suburbs on Lifetime (59/0.11/568K), Naked and Afraid: Alone on Discovery (63/0.10/527K), Life Liberty and Levin on Fox News (76/0.08/1.54m), Dr Pol Compilation on Nat Geo Wild (89.0.07/504K), and Highway Thru Hell on The Weather Channel (96/0.06/291K)

Taking into account the full week (Mon-Sun), the episode was ranked 470th overall in the P18-49 rankings, and 585th in terms of total viewers. It remained the top programme for BBC America, with the only other programme to feature during the week being Seven Worlds, One Planet on Saturday at 9:00pm - it achieved more viewers (535K) than Doctor Who, but its P18-39 share was 0.1, making it 555th overall.

[source: Showbuzz Daily]