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Thousands watch Roz reveal past in Dublin Wives opener

THE makers of 'Dublin Wives' are "thrilled" with viewing figures for the first episode of the second series.

THE reality show came back with a bang on Monday night, with a high of 405,000 people tuning in to watch the TV3 show.

John Norton, of Straywave Media, said it was proof that the show had established itself among the Irish viewing public.

He also said there had been a "great response" to Roz Flanagan's revelations that she had been abused as a child while growing up in her home town of Madden in Armagh.

After the episode aired, Roz was inundated with messages congratulating her for being so brave in publicly talking about her ordeal.