BBC1’s new drama In The Club launched on Tuesday 5 August at 9pm to a live rating of 4 million/ 19%
The Fifteen Billion Pound Railway ended on 30 July 2014 with a live rating of 2.2 million/11%. After more than 240,000 recorded and watched, it ended on 2.4 million/11%.
C4's Marines march on Video
Channel 4’s Royal Marines Commando School launched on 14 July at 9pm with a consolidated rating of 3.1 million/12%
Honourable loss for BBC2 Video
The third episode of The Honourable Woman consolidated to 2.3 million/10%, the lowest so far
ITV produces the goods Video
ITV’s trip to Old Bond Street with Inside Asprey: Luxury By Royal Appointment served the channel well on Thursday 3 July with a live rating of 3.1 million/15%.
The most-recorded show of the week was Friday’s Coronation Street at 8.30pm
Fargo ended on 22 June at 9pm with a live rating of 1.4 million/6%.
Encore averaged a live rating of 20,000/0.2% across its broadcast hours for its first week
Elsewhere, two BBC1 drama trios ended, while Channel 4 will be delighted with Bear Grylls’ deserted islanders.
Ignoring for a moment the thing that’s about to land from Brazil, the week of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent live knockouts is like a bugle heralding summer.
Gong goes to Gogglebox Video
Larry David, co-creator of Seinfeld and writer/star of Curb Your Enthusiasm, once said he carried his Emmy with him wherever he went, but was very casual about it.
After the return of Wallander this week, with bigger-than-ever numbers, BBC4, instigator of the Nordic Noir boom, might just be in line for a gong.
“Hugo Blick’s assured treatment of the conflict achieved televisual yoga.”