X Company’s return brings in 521K viewers

The second season of the Canada-Hungary copro bowed on CBC on Jan. 27 at 9 p.m.
X Company

X Company‘s season two premiere brought in 521,000 viewers (2+, AMA), according to preliminary overnight Numeris data provided by CBC.

The Canada-Hungarian copro returned to the airwaves Wednesday on 9 p.m. The second season bow saw fewer viewers than the series debut last year on Feb. 18, which brought in an average audience of 813,000 (2+, overnight). Final numbers for X Company‘s season two premiere, including playback, will be confirmed within the next few weeks.

X Company is produced by Toronto’s Temple Street Productions and Budapest’s Pioneer Stillking Films. The show is created, written and executive produced by Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern. Ivan Schneeberg, David Fortier, and Bill Haber also exec produce the show, while John Calvert, Ildikó Kemény and David Minkowski serve as producers.

X Company is up for eight Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Dramatic Series and Best Writing in a Dramatic Series.