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The third episode of BBC One’s spy drama Hunted (which was screened on Thursday 18 October 2012 at 9.00pm), pulled in a total of 4.5 million viewers, according to the consolidated ratings (live+7). That is a gain 1.1 million viewers or 32% over the initial overnight rating, when the series pulled in 3.4 million viewers and a 16% share.
The next new episode of HUNTED – “Kismet” – sees Jack Turner (Patrick Malahide) forced to bid more than he can afford, and Sam (Melissa George) aims to discover how he will raise the money in such a short time. Turner appears to have hatched a diabolical plan with hedge fund manager Lewis Conroy (Richard Dormer) to corner the Stock Market, and Sam searches for the details.
News has reached us that Lex is appearing this Friday, 26 October 2012, at the MCM Expo in London to promote Hunted. He will be appearing alongside Adam Rayner, who plays Aidan Marsh, and the writer/producer Frank Spotnitz. As usual, all such appearances are subject to work and personal commitments.
Just in time for Christmas, Entertainment One have announced the release of the first series of eight episodes of HUNTED, starring Lex Shrapnel. However, it has now been put back from the original date of 12 November 2012 - a sensible move as this would have meant the last two episodes being available before they had been transmitted on the BBC. It will be on both Blu-ray and DVD formats, and will now appear on 26 November 2012, four days after its broadcast conclusion.
The next new episode of HUNTED - "Hourglass" - sees Sam travelling undercover with the criminal multimillionaire she is spying on. She comes face-to-face with Bernard Faroux, the Frenchman she seduced and betrayed in Tangier. He offers to tell her who tried to assassinate her, but only if she gives vital information to him instead of Byzantium. Following the ratings of Episode 2 having dropped by 25%, it's imperative that Lex fans support the show to avoid another Minder-style cancellation.