British broadcaster giant ITV drew an average of 4.1 million TV viewers with its Prince Harry interview which aired on Sunday night and 4.2 million on ITV and the ITVX streaming service. The interview peaked with 4.6 million viewers on TV and streaming, ITV said.
The TV overnight audience has made it ITV’s highest rated reality show for over a year. The company, led by CEO Carolyn McCall, revealed overnight ratings data for an interview at 9-10:35 p.m. Monday.
By comparison, the BBC averages 5.25 million viewers with the show airing from 9-10pm. Happy Valley.
During a chat with ITV in LA, Prince Harry said his family was “absolutely not ready for reconciliation” and that he’s spent the past six years trying to get in touch with them through chats, letters, and emails. word and email. “The saddest thing is it never needed to be this way,” he told ITV’s Tom Bradby of this growing separation, which led to him deciding to go public with his grievances. .
After a week of revelations from Prince Harry’s memoirs Preventive – officially available from Tuesday, but accidentally on sale early in Spain – a series of interviews with the Duke of Sussex begins to air, which could further rift his family.
Referring to the “sibling rivalry” with his brother, Harry told ITV that he and Prince William have been on “different paths” since the death of their mother, Princess Diana. He also argued that their partners Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle didn’t get along in the first place.