Viewers relate to C4’s Humans
Rollover win for Syndicate
BGT sparks recording rise
Car Share in the fast lane
Magicians spell success
Britain’s Got Talent rides to ITV’s rescue
BBC1 in the driving seat
ITV gains with Safe House
Channel 4 Raj drama fades away
Bear Grylls’ battle of the sexes
Vera puts up a good fight against Poldark
C4’s First Dates woos viewers
BBC1’s new drama Ordinary Lies began with a consolidated rating of 5.6 million/22% after 945,000 recorded and watched.
BBC1’s Poldark (8.1 million/29% after 1.6 million recorded and watched this week) is pulling in more than its two drama rivals combined
BBC1’s Poldark launched on Sunday 8 March at 9pm with an impressive 8.8 million/29% after more than 1.7 million recorded and watched.
Gotham leads the way
BBC2’s Wolf Hall launched with a live rating of 3.9 million/ 16%, which rose to 6 million/21% after recording
The best of the BBC1 soap’s 30th anniversary week was the 9.30pm episode on Thursday 19th
Channel 4’s The Big Fat Quiz of the Year entertained almost 3.5m viewers.
John Bishop leads the way in the top stand-up shows of 2014.
Old favourites dominate the most popular sketch shows of 2014.
Almost 10m viewers tuned in to see the Christmas Day episode of Mrs Brown’s Boys.
E4’s The Big Bang Theory was the most popular comedy on multichannel in 2014.
Indian Summers rose to 5.3 million/19%, becoming C4’s best-performing drama for 20 years.
Indian Summers has become Channel 4’s best performing drama in more than two decades after its opening episode drew a consolidated audience of more than 5m viewers.
On Tuesday 3 February, the final episode of BBC1’s 18th series of Silent Witness grew to 8.1 million
After its Argentinian mis-adventure over Christmas, BBC2’s Top Gear returned for its winter series on Sunday 25 January at 8pm with a final rating of 6.4 million/22%
Tudorish pot-boiling delivered heftily for BBC2, while Mr Selfridge found his third visit to ITV the most challenging.
On 13 January, Count Arthur Strong achieved 1.7 million/12% after 200,000 recorded and watched, only slightly behind 6 January’s 1.8 million/13% launch.
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The last-ever episode achieved 9.5 million/32% on 1 January after 1.7 million recorded and watched.
After recording, 15.2 million people watched television across all-time on Christmas Day, down 3% on last year. Between 3pm and 11pm, where ITV and BBC1 concentrate their resources, 24 million tuned in, 4% less than last year.
Mrs Brown’s Boys stretched its lead as the most-watched show on Christmas Day after adding a further 2m time-shifted viewers.
BBC1’s spooky triptych Remember Me finished on Sunday 7 December at 9pm with a consolidated rating of 5.4million/18%
BBC1’s latest big-scale natural history series Life Story averaged 4.1 million/16% overall
Babylon has fallen short of its early promise: the first episode on 13 November averaged 1.2 million/6% after 475,000 recorded and watched
BBC1’s new heavyweight drama began solidly and then people started to notice it
The fifth series of ITV’s Downton Abbey ended on 9 November with 10.4 million/38% after 1.9 million recorded and watched.
The third episode of Gotham, Channel 5’s lavish acquisition of the pre-Batman years, achieved 1.6 million/7% on Monday 27 October.
BBC1’s The Apprentice returned with a double bill at 9pm on Tuesday 14 October (8.2 million/ 31%), followed by Wednesday’s 7.5 million/28%.
After a live rating of 3.6 million/16% on Friday 17 October, BBC1’s sitcom Not Going Out ended on 4.4 million/17%.
The figures were already pretty gobsmacking, but the consolidated numbers for the GBBO final on Wednesday at 9pm were awesome
The seventh episode of the eighth series of Doctor Who achieved a live rating of 4.9 million/22%, in line with the previous week
The X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing went head-to-head on Friday 26 September
In Downton, standards are Dowager high and 2014’s 10 million-plus start is, well, smaller than last year’s