Chris Evans Defends ‘Top Gear’ As Figures Show It Lost A Third Of Its iPlayer Audience | TV News
The series was a sliding scale from beginning to end, no matter when or where you watched it. Chris Evans has defended the performance of Top Gear under his stewardship, claiming the show was “repositioning” the way that people watched television, but all was not well with the catch up figures that propped the show during its first series without Jeremy Clarkson.
The BBC Two Car show lost a third of its audience on the BBC iPlayer, the first episode drawing more than 1.4 million, by the fourth episode the number falling by almost half a million to 901,000.
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