Press Release: BITTEN Continues to Claim Top Spot Among Space Original Series as Season 2 Debut Captures 401,000 Viewers

Space (logo via Wikimedia)

Space (logo via Wikimedia)

TORONTO (February 19, 2015) – Final data from Numeris (BBM Canada) confirms that the Season 2 premiere of Space’s most watched original series BITTEN on February 7 attracted 401,000 viewers, building upon its Season 1 average by 16%, and ranking as the #1 Specialty program of the day. In its 9-10 p.m. ET timeslot, Space was also the #1 specialty network for A18-49 and total viewers. Viewers can catch up on Season 1 on CraveTV™. Full episodes of Season 2 are available on Space.ca, following their broadcast premiere.

In this week’s episode, “Hell’s Teeth,” (Saturday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT.), when a new threat proves to be more powerful than anticipated, both The Pack and The Coven suffer heavy losses in the confrontation.

Airing immediately following all-new episodes of BITTEN at 10 p.m. ET, INNERSPACE: AFTER BITE is the newest series from Bell Media Productions. Along with the cast, crew, and other special guests, AFTER BITE offers BITTEN fans a chance to revel in the events that just unfolded in the most recent episode. Each episode features lively discussions about revealing hints at plot twists, theories on future episodes, special segments including secrets from set, fan interaction and a weekly online poll. This week’s AFTER BITE episode welcomes Alpha Pack leader Greg Bryk (Jeremy Danvers), and a surprise guest.

BITTEN’s digital companion The Undoing, supports the storyline for the second season, delving into the rich backstory of a mysterious new character revealed in Season 2, by releasing a series of “found” materials, original photos, videos, and footage from the series. A Bell Fund initiative, with support from No Equal Entertainment, Entertainment One Television (eOne), and Hoodwink Entertainment, The Undoing will populate new content throughout the season in conjunction with each new episode.

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