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Over 1m Watch BBC America

Lucky BBC America viewers were able to see David Tennant’s Doctor Who finale The End of Time, Part Two on January 2nd, a broadcast that has given the network their highest audience to date and almost half a million more viewers than the previous record – The Waters of Mars!

With three broadcasts of the show to date on the North American outlet for BBC and ITV programming, The End of Time, Part Two – also Russell T Davies’ last Doctor Who episode -  scored 1.47 million viewers in total.

Earlier in December, The Waters of Mars had scored a little over a million viewers, demonstrating the growing interest in the series stateside.

No doubt David Tennant won’t be a completely new face when his show Rex Is Not Your Lawyer airs in the USA later this year…

(Via Digital Spy)


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