The BBC has a winner on its hands with Dr Who.
According to BBC America, the show has been billed as a three-parter, starting with the most recent ‘Waters of Mars’ and finishing off with the two-part ‘End of Time’.
The latter will mark the demise of the tenth doctor played by David Tennant and the launch of a new Doctor to be played by Matt Smith.
In the US, the viewing figures were good enough to take the show to thirteenth place on the cable advert supported channels, with figure reaching 1.1 million on Saturday night.
The BBC is hoping the next two episodes will break the records even further and by showing them the day after they are shown in the UK, this could well be a plan.