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Ratings: “Orphan Black” Viewership Declines to Another Two-Year Low

Viewership for last week’s “Orphan Black,” which was the lowest since the first season finale, was evidently not a bottom for the BBC America series.

While steady in the adults 18-9 demo, Saturday’s edition reached an even smaller audience. The episode posted a 0.10 adults 18-49 rating with a viewership total of 372,000 viewers.

The previous episode, which then set a season two and three low mark, scored a 0.10 with 393,000 total viewers.

This week’s episode was the seventh of the third season. BBC America has already confirmed that a ten-episode fourth season will air in 2016.

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