The overnight figures say that 1.2 million viewers saw Part One of "Whatever Happened to Sarah-Jane?" on BBC1 on Monday. That gives it a 9.6% of total telly viewing at that time.
Over on CBBC, Part Two received 0.38 million, an 18% share of children watching. No, I have no idea if they literally mean children or are just making assumptions based on channel content. Whichever, it seems a good cliffhanger has people flicking over for part 2 in droves as the digital airing was a big increase on previous weeks!
So... for those who have seen the complete story this week ... just one adventure to go. Man, time flies when you are having fun.