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‘Untouchable: The Rise & Fall Of Harvey Weinstein’ Peaks With 1M Viewers On BBC Two

‘Untouchable: The Rise & Fall Of Harvey Weinstein’ Peaks With 1M Viewers On BBC Two

Ursula MacFarlane’s feature doc Untouchable: The Rise and Fall of Harvey Weinstein was watched by 1M viewers on its British television debut. The 90-minute film, which was original commissioned by the British public broadcaster, scored the 1M peak between 9pm and 10:30pm on Sunday night on BBC Two in the UK.

Untouchable averaged 942,000 viewers with a 5.9% share across its entirety – a respectable but not extraordinary rating for the channel. It was up against Peaky Blinders on BBC One, which averaged 3.6M viewers and PBS co-production Sanditon on ITV, which averaged 3M. It beat The Handmaid’s Tale on Channel 4 in the 9pm slot.

The feature-length documentary, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and airs from Monday on Hulu in the U.S., was directed by MacFarlane, who has directed docs including Charlie Hebdo: Three Days That Shook Paris and worked on Netflix series Captive, and produced

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