Gone goes strong in US premiere | Ratings/Measurement | News | Rapid TV News
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The first ever American series produced by French broadcaster TF1 is said to have attracted 'outstanding' ratings in its initial run.

TF1 Gone 25Jan2018A 12-episode crime procedural, Gone is adapted from the Chelsea Cain bestseller One Kick. It tells the story of a survivor of a high profile abduction case who joins the FBI team which rescued her on a series of kidnapping cases, using her unique insight into how predators operate. The executive producers of Gone, a co-production with NBCUniversal International Studios and Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland, are Matt Lope; JoAnn Alfano (Resurrection, 30 Rock), executive vice president, scripted programming at NBCUniversal International Studios; and Sara Colleton (Dexter).

On 23 January at 9pm, the first episode of the series attracted 5.8 million viewers, said to represent at that time a quarter of all individuals aged over four; 27% of women aged under 50; and 25% of 25-49-year-olds, conferring TF1 top audience ratings.

TF1 added that the evening average of 5.3 million viewers - 24% of individuals aged over four, 27% of women aged under 50 and 24% of 25-49-year-olds - were the best launch figures for an American series since May 2017.