The final series of Waking the Dead launched on BBC One last night with 6 million viewers while the troubled sci-fi series Outcasts, starring Hermione Norris and Eric Mabius, ended with well under 2 million viewers. Also includes the ratings for the season three finale of Being Human.
The BBC’s cold-case drama Waking the Dead returned last night for its ninth and final series. The drama starring Trevor Eve and Sue Johnston has been cancelled by the BBC as it clears the way for newer shows though a spin-off starring Tara Fitzgerald has been commissioned. According to overnight ratings the final series of Waking the Dead launched last night on BBC One with 6 million viewers.
At 10.30pm on BBC One the final part of the troubled sci-fi series Outcasts aired. The eight-part drama has been a huge flop for the BBC despite its strong cast consisting of Daniel Mays, Liam Cunningham, Hermione Norris, Amy Manson and Eric Mabius. The final episode of Outcasts had just 1.6 million viewers.
The third season of supernatural drama Being Human drew to a close on BBC Three last night. The drama starring Russell Tovey, Aidan Turner, Lenora Crichlow and Sinead Keenan ended its third season with 1.1 million viewers according to Attentional.