Fox News Channel drew record viewership for the second half of its two-part doc The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden, drawing 3.4 million viewers to become the net’s most-watched documentary ever, according to Nielsen.
Wednesday’s airing counted 586,000 of those viewers in the adults 25-54 news demo. The first part of the net’s doc, which aired on Tuesday, drew 2.7 million viewers and 532,000 viewers among adults 25-54.
Wednesday was up 25% among total viewers and 10% among the demo compared to Tuesday.
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