Ken Burns’ ‘The Vietnam War’ Averaged 6.7M Viewers For PBS, Reached 34MBreaking News
tags: Vietnam War, PBS, Ken Burns, Lynn Novick
These ratings results mean The Vietnam War is the second-highest-rated Burns/Novick film of the past two decades, following The War in 2007, PBS boasted.
Burns’ best-known documentary for PBS, The Civil War, aired nearly three decades ago. Looking back across two decades also excludes some other well-known Burns/Novick docus for public broadcasting from the conversation.
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