3.4 million people watched the National Geographic Channel’s adaptation of Bill O’Reilly‘s Killing Lincoln over the weekend.
The 8pmET airing drew a 2.6 rating, tied for second-best ever for the channel. In the A25-54 demo, the 2-hour film drew a 1.1, more than 175% higher than the channel’s 8–10 p.m average so far this year. NatGeo has already announced it is producing a factual drama based on O’Reilly’s best-selling “Killing Kennedy.
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