‘The Bible’ Opens Big With 13.1 Million Viewers (and “Vikings” too at 6.2 million)

 ‘The Bible’ & ‘Vikings” Open big with 13.1 Million & 6.2 Million Viewers, Respectively 

It was a big night for History, whose 10-hour miniseries The Bible opened with 13.1 million viewers. It was followed by the debut of the network’s first original scripted series, The Vikings, which rode The Bible’s coat tales to draw 6.2 million viewers.

Click here to continue reading the good news about this reverent and well-produced series produced by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett.


And here’s some trivia from Jonathan Bock of Gracehill Media, whose firm promoted the series:


” The Bible Series on History was the biggest television show of the night, #1 with 14.8 million total viewers. It is also the biggest cable event for 2013!”

Click here for coverage of The Bible series from my blog at Sister Rose at the Movies at Patheos

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