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BBC Three
Subscribers
2,350,000
Video views
1,008,682,063
Video count
3453
Estimated earnings in past 30 days
$ 881 - $ 5.29K
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last 7 days
Subscribers
0
last 30 days
10,000
last 90 days
382,338
last 7 days
Video views
2,350,684
last 30 days
8,570,170
last 90 days
Date Video views Estimated earnings
13.07.2024 Sat +382,338 $ 143 - $ 860
09.07.2024 Tue +372,790 $ 139 - $ 838
05.07.2024 Fri +400,710 $ 150 - $ 901
02.07.2024 Tue +269,828 $ 101 - $ 607
28.06.2024 Fri +275,000 $ 103 - $ 618
25.06.2024 Tue +650,018 $ 243 - $ 1.46K
20.06.2024 Thu +890,802 $ 334 - $ 2K
11.06.2024 Tue +478,131 $ 179 - $ 1.08K
07.06.2024 Fri +317,147 $ 118 - $ 713
05.06.2024 Wed +304,199 $ 114 - $ 684
01.06.2024 Sat +495,076 $ 185 - $ 1.11K
27.05.2024 Mon +484,862 $ 181 - $ 1.09K
22.05.2024 Wed +498,155 $ 186 - $ 1.12K
17.05.2024 Fri +527,588 $ 197 - $ 1.19K

BBC Three biography

BBC Three is a British free-to-air television network owned and operated by the BBC. The channel was launched on 9 February 2003 as a replacement for BBC Choice. Its programming consists of comedy, drama, documentary and factual series, and each episode can either be-streamed on BBC iPlayer or watched on the channel. BBC Three has received critical acclaim for its programming, winning several awards over the years, including three BAFTAs for Best Drama Series for 'In the Flesh', 'Don't Take My Baby' and 'This Country'. The channel has also been known to take risks with its programming, such as commissioning shows aimed at younger audiences, including 'Fleabag' and 'Killing Eve'. In 2016, due to cost-cutting measures, the channel was moved from a broadcast channel to an online-only platform, although it still produces original programming.

BBC Three controversies

BBC Three has been involved in several controversies over the years. One of the most notable was the airing of 'Make Me a Muslim', a documentary which followed white British women as they lived with Muslim families and discussed their experiences. The show attracted criticism for its portrayal of Muslims and was accused of being anti-Islamic. The channel has also been accused of promoting drug use through its programming. In 2015, it aired 'Life and Death Row', a documentary series which followed inmates on Death Row who were awaiting execution. The series was accused of glamourising drug use and portraying prisoners as victims. In 2020, the channel's decision to air 'The Break', a reality show which featured contestants competing for a holiday in Asia, was criticised for promoting a disregard for the environment and for being tone-deaf during the COVID-19 pandemic.

BBC Three famous quotes

"One of the things that I think BBC Three has always been very good at doing is spotting talent early and then helping them develop and grow."
"BBC Three has had a really interesting year in that it went off air and became an online service that then had to prove itself once again as a place where young people want to come and seek entertaining, informative and culturally relevant content."
"BBC Three feels young and daring, experimentative and new."
"Our ambition for BBC Three is to surprise, to innovate, and to be brave."
"It's really important for us that our viewers see people that they can identify with, that they can see themselves in those people, and that we reflect the diversity not just of our audience but of the country as a whole."
"We want BBC Three to be a place where young people come to find their voice and tell their stories."
"Quality, not just quantity, is what we're interested in. We want to be making the shows that young people are talking about and that they're passionate about."
"I want us to be the place that young people go to for passionate, relevant and entertaining content."
"The audience for BBC Three is almost 60% female, so we need to make sure that they feel seen and heard."
"We're committed to telling stories that are important and that matter to young people, and that's something that will never change. We want to make shows that will make a difference."