Fourth ‘Top Gear’ Episode Skips To Record Low Ratings | TV News
To be fair to Top Gear, last night’s show wasn’t that bad. The ratings slump for the new show continues though into its fourth show, the BBC 2 motoring Show netting just 2.34 million, down from the previous show and making a loss of just over half since the new series began.
What adds salt to the wound is the fact that the ratings mark a historic low for the show, lowest for nearly a decade and a half when the show was reinvented by Jeremy Clarkson. Looking on the bright side, there is solace in that last fact, and the reinforcements brought on by those recording it or watching it on catch up, but Top Gear cannot survive on those alone.
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