THURSDAY: Channel 4 documentary The Tribe bowed out on a series low and finished last in the 9pm terrestrial slot.
WEDNESDAY: England’s cruel last-minute defeat to Japan in the Women’s World Cup beat Saturday’s win over Canada.
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s comedy drama Not Safe For Work turned up with just over 700,000 viewers as ITV’s 7/7 documentary moved 1.7m.
MONDAY: BBC1 documentary The Met continued to grow its audience after four episodes, breaking the 4m mark for the first time.
The Kudos drama has become Channel 4’s most-watched drama since 1992.
The consolidated viewing figures for BBC1 comedy Peter Kay’s Car Share.
View the ratings for the series opener
Female-skewing channel takes viewers away from ITV2, but helps grow ITV’s overall audience.
Click to view the consolidated ratings data for the first episode of the fantasy drama
View the consolidated ratings data for the Fifty Fathoms produced drama.
Click to see the buzz which took place online around the launch of the fifth series.
Click to see the consolidated data for the ITV survival series.
Click to see how the second series of the BBC1 drama compared with its opening run in 2014.
Click to see how ITV2 stands to benefit from its acquisition of the BBC3 series.
The key figures from Broadcast’s 2015 Indie Survey.
The See-Saw Films / RSJ Films epic launched with the third biggest audience for any BBC2 drama opener since 2012 after it added 1m consolidated viewers.
Click to see the consolidated success of the fifth series opener of Channel 4’s TV-watching format.
Click to see how the second series of the Kudos drama compared with its 2013 debut.
Channel 4 drama Indian Summers was the channel’s most-watched drama since 1993. Click for more key facts.
Bear Grylls: Mission Survive helped ITV outperform its average male share of audience. Click for more of the key figures from the Betty show..
Last night’s EastEnders was the soap’s most-watched episode in four years. Click for more of the key figures from the 30th anniversary live special.