BBC’s ‘The Hollow Crown: War Of The Roses’ Draws In 1 Million Viewers | TV News
Apparently it even outdid Game of Thrones. Good old Shakespeare. The first part of the BBC’s The Hollow Crown: War of the Roses – another thing impossible to do it Mao Tse Whittingdale gets his way – managed to pull in 1 million viewers on Saturday, all eyes glued to Henry VI Part I starring Tom Sturridge, Hugh Bonneville, and Sally Hawkins.
The first instalment of the series was even more popular than Hollywood, beating Ridley Scott’s Prometheus airing on Channel 4, which attracted just 950,000 viewers from 9pm to 11.25 pm – oh dear, how unfair, how about we change the airing of it so it got more of a chance wouldn’t you agree Chairman Whittingdale?
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