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    Not too bad...

    Doctor Who: Deep Breath has an audience on BBC One of 6.8 million viewers. It had a 32.5% share of the total TV audience.

    Doctor Who was by far the most watched programme of Saturday night, getting over two million more viewers than the second placed Casualty, which had 4.2 million watching. Tumble, the programme leading into Doctor Who had 3.3 million. The BBC took the top five places of the day with ITV's highest rated programme being Tipping Point: Lucky Stars with 3.3 million viewers.

    The audience rose slowly through the episode, peaking at 7.0 million towards the end.

    Doctor Who is currently the third highest rated programme for the week, with The Great British Bake Off leading the charts with 7.4 million.

    Figures for the week are generally lower than average due to it being towards the end of the holiday season in England and Wales, with many families being away from home. The last season opener Asylum of the Daleks, shown 1st September 2012, had an overnight figure of 6.4 million.

    The overnight figure is an estimate of the numbers watching when the show was transmitted and on catchup the same day. It does not include those watching at the Cinema. A full consolidated figure, including those who watch the programme within 1 week of transmission, will be released by BARB next week. The consolidated figure is likely to be substantially more then the initial overnight and could see Doctor Who reaching top place in the charts.

    I've just got my handcuffs and my truncheon and that's enough.

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    Ha ha ha!! Tumble really is the worst thing the BBC has ever thought of for Saturday's viewing!
    At least that thing where they pretended to be chickens picking up eggs or something was only half an hour!

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    The consolidated BARB rating for Doctor Who Deep Breath was 9.17 million, making it the second biggest rating for the week on UK television.

    5.2 overnights for Into the Dalek.

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    Excellent news.

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    This from lovely BARB:-




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    That's a lot healthier than what the scare stories wer suggesting last week! 4th most watched program of the week...not bad at all!

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    I've not read up on it, but I'm pretty sure "7 day data" includes catch-ups, streams etc


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    The latest figures

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    Although it's not world-beating, it's nothing to be worried about is it? Any show in the top ten that isn't Eastenders is doing pretty well.
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    My feelings exactly Steve - perfectly reasonable ratings. And with the series doing well abroad and all the ahem ... merchandise I don't think there's anything to worry about.

    Would still like a new showrunner though *hides*

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    Yeah - what are people complaining about?

    At least it's beating Eastenders on a Friday night
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyder View Post
    Would still like a new showrunner though *hides*
    Get a new showrunner by hiding the current one - what a good idea!

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    It's certainly not the phenomenon it once was, but after ten years was it ever going to be?

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    It would have been nice to have hoped that this run was just getting intio its stride around now, just as the original run was after approximately 9 series...

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    The latest BBC1 ratings:-



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    Holding steady....


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    Pity. I have no understanding of the word. It is not registered in my vocabulary bank. EXTERMINATE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob McCow View Post
    They, and many others are missing the point, I think. With the way things are going with the License fee (likely to be scrapped and go to a subscription model), I really doubt they'd cancel a show that was so popular on this new format.
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    Doctor Who in ratings increase catastrophe!


    Wow look at Bake Off!


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    I thought we'd got 10 million viewers then, but I was looking at Doctor Foster.

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    The BBC still don't have any other long-running drama series that does as well as Doctor Who. Do they? Soaps are something different!
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    Well most dramas are 3 episodes long now. Doctor Who is more like a soap, but with the attributes of a drama. A Droap, if you will. Certainly a 900 year old man who can change his face and travel through time is more realistic than Eastenders' Kathy Beale and her antics.

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    4.64 million viewers in the overnights yesterday.

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    Hmmmm. I wonder what the timeshift figures will bring.

    Also do I fall into the simeshift catagory as I was watching it on live pause? (3 mins behind live).

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    Final figure for The Pilot is 6.68 million - over 2 million views from recordings or catch up within 7 days of broadcast.
    This is the highest rated non Christmas episode since "Listen" in 2014

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