The staggering number of people who tuned in to watch The Traitors season two finale on Friday night has been revealed.
6.9million people tuned in for The Traitors final (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert/Paul Chappells)
Harry walked away with £95,150 (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert/Paul Chappells)
And now it’s been revealed how many people tuned in for his final moments of gameplaying.
The Traitors final peaked with 6,900,000 viewers, with an average of 5,500,000.
Of course, that made it the most watched programme on TV in the last week (since Monday), and beat the season one final last year which reached 3,100,000.
Following his win, Harry said: ‘I feel like I can breathe, cause I am me again, I am Harry again… I underestimated this massively, you come here and there is 22 amazing people, and from the off I have been a Traitor, I’ve had enough of being naughty and being bad because that was next level.’
The season two finale attracted more than double the amount of season one viewers (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert/Paul Chappells)
When asked later on Uncloaked what he planned to do with his prize money, he shared: ’23 years old with that much money! I can’t even explain it. Money never makes me happy.
‘As long as I have a roof over my head, food, water, my family and my other half, that’s all I need.
‘That money is going to treat them, everything my mum and dad have done for me as kids, and they’ve given me everything I’ve needed, to be able to give them something in return is the best thing ever.’
Harry revealed his plans for the prize money (Picture: BBC/Studio Lambert)
Season one of The Traitors, having been developed from Dutch version De Verraders, went on to win two Bafta TV awards, but if you can’t get enough and are devastated it’s over, it’s not all bad news.
For those who are tempted to prove themselves playing the game, applications have opened for series three.
For the rest of us, more treachery is on the horizon with a brand new series having just dropped on iPlayer.
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