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Liam.k.
post Jan 2 2021, 10:05 AM
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Most Watched Programmes of 2021 (TV Sets Only)
01. 7.00m - 03/01 - A Perfect Planet (BBC 1)
02. 6.56m - 02/01 - The Masked Singer (ITV)
03. 6.38m - 01/01 - Coronation Street (ITV)
04. 6.29m - 03/01 - Antiques Roadshow (BBC 1)
05. 6.25m - 01/01 - Doctor Who (BBC 1)
06. 6.05m - 01/01 - The Serpent (BBC 1)
07. 5.77m - 01/01 - ITV News (ITV)
08. 5.52m - 03/01 - Countryfile (BBC 1)
09. 5.42m - 01/01 - Emmerdale (ITV)
10. 5.18m - 02/01 - BBC News (BBC 1)

Most Watched Programmes of 2021 (4-Screens)
01. 7.07m - 03/01 - A Perfect Planet (BBC 1)
02. 6.60m - 02/01 - The Masked Singer (ITV)
03. 6.50m - 01/01 - Coronation Street (ITV)
04. 6.36m - 01/01 - Doctor Who (BBC 1)
05. 6.30m - 03/01 - Antiques Roadshow (BBC 1)
06. 6.18m - 01/01 - The Serpent (BBC 1)
07. 5.78m - 01/01 - ITV News (ITV)
08. 5.53m - 03/01 - Countryfile (BBC 1)
09. 5.48m - 01/01 - Emmerdale (ITV)
10. 5.19m - 02/01 - BBC News (BBC 1)
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post Jan 2 2021, 10:05 AM
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Doctor Who was BBC 1's most watched programme yesterday with 4.69m.
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post Jan 2 2021, 10:08 AM
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Iíll take it! Just slightly down on last yearís NYD episode but at least itís relatively on par with this yearís Christmas Day ratings. Should be over 6m consolidated.
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post Jan 2 2021, 11:02 AM
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Corrie: 5m
Emmerdale: 4.6m
Mrs Brownís Boys: 3.7m
Eastenders: 3.3m
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post Jan 2 2021, 11:51 AM
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I think that's quite good for Doctor Who - I expected around 4m based on its recent downward trend and the fact everything seems to be rating on the low side this festive period.

It's a bit worrying that The Serpent couldn't beat Doctor Who despite the lack of competition in the 9pm slot, whilst Doctor Who faced a similar rating Emmerdale in its slot.
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post Jan 2 2021, 12:10 PM
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I think Dracula suffered in the same timeslot last year but then had a massive increase in the consolidated ratings. I doubt The Serpent will do the same as Dracula benefited from word of mouth but it might rise once its in its proper timeslot.

Not seen it yet but Iím looking forward to it!
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post Jan 2 2021, 05:31 PM
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Very happy with that for Doctor Who! A perfectly respectable figure for this day and age, especially following a very divisive series finale where some of the audience could easily have switched off.
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post Jan 3 2021, 11:23 AM
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Thatís more like it for The Masked Singer!
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post Jan 3 2021, 11:38 AM
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Much better for The Masked Singer! I don't think we'll be seeing it launch during Christmas week again.
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post Jan 3 2021, 03:38 PM
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The Voice UK Series Openers:
Series 1 (2012): 8.43m (37.6%)
Series 2 (2013): 6.24m (26.9%)
Series 3 (2014): 8.37m (34.8%)
Series 4 (2015): 8.05m (35.9%)
Series 5 (2016): 7.12m (32.0%)
Series 6 (2017): 5.95m (26.9%) moved to ITV
Series 7 (2018): 5.64m (27.7%)
Series 8 (2019): 5.30m (26.4%)
Series 9 (2020): 4.60m
Series 10 (2021): 4.13m (22.3%)

The Masked Singer (Series 2):
E1: 4.16m
E2: 5.24m

Michael McIntyre's The Wheel:
E1: 5.50m
E2: 5.44m
E3: 5.45m
E4: 6.70m
E5: 4.66m
E6: 3.50m

Quite a dip for The Wheel with no Strictly lead in.
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post Jan 5 2021, 10:10 AM
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Boris making an early play for highest rating of the year - around 2m shy of the March 2020 combined figure across all channels.

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post Jan 5 2021, 10:24 AM
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Despite the high figures, I expect it won't be commissioned for a series
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post Jan 5 2021, 10:56 AM
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Iím watching on catch up tonight, I wonder what will happen!
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post Jan 5 2021, 12:58 PM
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Looks like EastEnders achieved 4.4m last night whilst the second episode of Coronation Street was watched by 5.2m at the same time. At the start of both programmes, 6.2m were watching BBC 1 and 5.3m were watching ITV, which shows EastEnders' audience plummeted across the half hour whilst Corrie remained steady.

The Chase achieves a new high with 5.05m viewers.

Some ratings for Sunday: A Perfect Planet on BBC 1 was watched by 5.8m and Beat the Chasers on ITV was watched by 4.3m.
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post Jan 5 2021, 01:44 PM
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QUOTE(FestiveOdyssey @ Jan 5 2021, 11:24 AM) *
Despite the high figures, I expect it won't be commissioned for a series


Still could see it getting a few one-off specials, mind.
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post Jan 5 2021, 03:04 PM
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QUOTE(Liam.k. @ Jan 5 2021, 12:58 PM) *
Some ratings for Sunday: A Perfect Planet on BBC 1 was watched by 5.8m and Beat the Chasers on ITV was watched by 4.3m.


I actually think Beat The Chasers is underperforming slightly given how well the main show is rating at teatime. Hopefully it increased last night with more viewers around and a Corrie lead-in.

EDIT: It was 4.3m again last night so at least it held up at the same figure. I still think it should be higher!

Traces got 3.7m on BBC One which is very good considering it's a show which originally aired on Alibi in 2019 and wouldn't have been acquired by BBC One if not for Covid.
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post Jan 5 2021, 03:33 PM
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I suppose The Chase is fun, easy watching whilst people are having their tea; 9pm might be a primetime spot but I can see why it's not resulted in more viewers. Similarly, a successful drama at 9pm probably wouldn't have anywhere near as many numbers if aired at 5pm.
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post Jan 6 2021, 07:23 PM
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4.48m for EastEnders last night, slightly up on Monday which I didn't expect. Traces was watched by 2.8m, down 900k on Monday, and Staged followed with 1.6m.

Over on ITV, 2.1m watched Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: A Very Major Scandal and Beat The Chasers continued with 3.7m.

BBC iPlayer report for the festive period with record breaking figures: https://www.bbc.com/mediacentre/2021/festiv...custom2=twitter
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post Jan 6 2021, 09:08 PM
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Sunday:

A Teacher (BBC Two) - 600,000 (3.9%)
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post Jan 6 2021, 10:58 PM
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QUOTE(Liam.k. @ Jan 6 2021, 07:23 PM) *
4.48m for EastEnders last night, slightly up on Monday which I didn't expect. Traces was watched by 2.8m, down 900k on Monday, and Staged followed with 1.6m.

Over on ITV, 2.1m watched Who Wants To Be A Millionaire: A Very Major Scandal and Beat The Chasers continued with 3.7m.

BBC iPlayer report for the festive period with record breaking figures: https://www.bbc.com/mediacentre/2021/festiv...custom2=twitter


I see they've subtly changed 'requests' to 'streams' in their viewing report? Unless that's actually average streams for a whole programme, in which very impressive!
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