Posts Tagged ‘Overnight Ratings’

Demons of the Punjab overnight ratings

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The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, Demons of the Punjab, have been released. The episode had 5.77 million viewers on average, a tick down from last week’s 6.12 million on a night of reasonably low ratings for most major primetime shows. Doctor Who was second for the day behind Strictly Come Dancing (8.92 million) and a little…

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The Tsuranga Conundrum overnight ratings

The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, The Tsuranga Conundrum, have been released. The episode had 6.12 million viewers on average, a slight tick down from last week’s figure of 6.43 million, but still very much in the ballpark this series has established for itself. Ratings were generally lower on a night facing strong competition from…

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Rosa overnight ratings

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The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, Rosa, have been released. The episode had 6.39 million viewers on average, a small drop from last week’s figure of 7.11 million. All main channels faced a little more competition than usual from Formula 1 coverage on Channel 4, resulting in a slightly lower night for all shows. As…

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The Woman Who Fell To Earth overnight ratings

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After months of anticipation, Jodie Whittaker crashed onto our screens as the Thirteenth Doctor last night and the The Woman Who Fell To Earth overnight ratings prove she was a hit. According to unofficial overnight figures, the episode was watched by 8.2 million viewers, giving it a share of 40.1% of the total TV audience. The figures also show…

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Doctor Who: World Enough and Time – Overnight UK Viewing Figures

The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, World Enough and Time, have been released. The episode had 3.37 million viewers on average, a rise of about 400k on last week’s season low of 2.89 million. Here’s how it stacks up to the rest of the season so far: The Pilot – 4.64 million  Knock Knock – 4.32 million  Smile – 4.25…

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Doctor Who: Empress of Mars – Overnight UK Viewing Figures

The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, Empress of Mars, have been released. The episode had 3.59 million viewers on average, a rise of over half a million from last episode which received a season low of 3.01 million. Here’s how it stacks up to the rest of the season so far: The Pilot – 4.64…

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Doctor Who: The Husbands of River Song – Overnight UK Viewing Figures

The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s Doctor Who Christmas special, The Husbands of River Song, have been released. The special had 5.77 million viewers on average and a share of 29.4% of the overall audience. That’s a small fall from last year, but the year on year drop is actually smaller than most…

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Australian Overnight Ratings For The Zygon Invasion

Overnight figures for the Australian broadcast The Zygon Invasion show that the episode received an average of 430,000 viewers from the five major capital cities, making it the highest rating ABC drama of the day and the thirteenth highest rating overall program of the day. These ratings do not include those watching online or time-shifted viewers.…

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Doctor Who: Listen – Overnight UK Viewing Figures

The overnight UK viewing figures for last night’s episode, Listen, have been released. The episode had 4.81 million viewers on average and a share of 23.5% of the total audience – that’s a little down on last week, but remains a solid figure in a week where most TV ratings were below par. Doctor Who…

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Doctor Who: The Bells Of Saint John – Overnight Viewing Figures

Doctor Who: The Bells of Saint John had an overnight UK audience of 6.18 million viewers and a share of 29.8% of the total TV audience. It won the timeslot with ITV’s You’ve Been Framed! on ITV getting 3.6 million viewers. The figures make Doctor Who the third most-watched programme of the day. ITV’s Saturday…

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