WEDNESDAY: Secret Life Of The Human Pups’ bark proved bigger than its bite, as Channel 4’s heavily trailed documentary failed to pull in a big audience.
TUESDAY: Sky 1’s football sitcom Rovers kicked off with an audience three times the size of the slot average.
MONDAY: BBC1’s Ben Miller sitcom I Want My Wife Back bowed out on a series low against sturdy competition from Britain’s Got Talent.
SUNDAY: The live rounds of Britain’s Got Talent got underway on ITV with 200,000 fewer viewers than last year’s equivalent episode.
FRIDAY: BBC1’s Nick Hornby adaptation Love, Nina struggled to compete with the conclusion of ITV’s dark thriller The Secret.
SATURDAY: Manchester United’s dramatic victory in the FA Cup final helped the game to its highest peak since 2012.
Jeremy Paxman’s first project for the BBC since he left Newsnight in June 2014 failed to match BBC1’s slot average.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s Killer Women with Piers Morgan bowed out with a slot winning performance while BBC1’s new series Lose Weight for Love got off to an underwhelming start.
TUESDAY: EastEnders entertained an eight-week high for Peggy Mitchell’s departure from the BBC1 soap.
MONDAY: Marcella remained steady as it heads into its final episode, while 24 Hours in A&E and The Great British Sewing Bee both returned.
SUNDAY: The Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebration helped ITV to a strong night, while Peston On Sunday nearly doubled its audience from last week’s opener.
FRIDAY: BBC2’s new comedy Mum was neck and neck with third instalment of The Windsors, as The Secret triumphs at 9pm.
SATURDAY: The Eurovision Song Contest recovered from last year’s five-year low, but was still beaten by Britain’s Got Talent.
THURSDAY: Sky Atlantic acquisition Billions started solidly for Sky Atlantic and Peaky Blinders lost viewers.
WEDNESDAY: Piers Morgan’s investigation into Killer Women for ITV proved too much for BBC1’s latest wildlife documentary series Nature’s Epic Journey.
TUESDAY: BBC1 relationship drama In The Club lost 700,000 viewers, while C5 struggled with its latest factual offerings.
MONDAY: BBC2 raised the curtain on Ben Elton’s Shakespearian comedy Upstart Crow in front of a healthy audience, as the new look Random Acts returned to Channel 4 with over 200,000 viewers.
FRIDAY: Channel 4 comedy The Windsors got off to a good start, while the Masterchef final and second series of Dave’s Hoff The record slipped.
SATURDAY: The Hollow Crown returned for a second series with its best ratings yet, as the warm weather is likely to have had a hand in Britain’s Got Talent and other shows slipping to lows.
SUNDAY: The Baftas sunk to a four-year low on BBC1, while ITV’s Peston on Sunday struggled to match The Andrew Marr Show.
THURSDAY: BBC2’s gangster drama Peaky Blinders easily beat competition from ITV as Grayson Perry struggled to reach 1m viewers on Channel 4.
WEDNESDAY: The launch of Channel 4’s factual health series Never Seen a Doctor smashed the slot average while Mary Beard’s historical doc reached the half way mark with solid numbers.
TUESDAY: Kay Mellor’s In The Club returned with a bigger audience than tuned in to the antenatal drama’s 2014 debut.
MONDAY: Leicester City’s Premier League triumph reeled in almost 3m to a special edition of Match of the Day, while Marcella fell to a series low.
SUNDAY: Paul Merton’s latest televised trip started solidly on Channel 4, while ITV’s The Durrells and BBC1’s Undercover fell to lows.
SATURDAY: Can’t Touch This reached its halfway mark with a series low audience, as Britain’s Got Talent continued to dominate.
FRIDAY: ITV drama The Secret stormed into the schedule, beating competition from Gogglebox and Have I Got News For You.
THURSDAY: Line Of Duty reached a thrilling conclusion in front of a record audience of 4.1m, making it BBC2’s biggest drama since 2011.
WEDNESDAY: The final ever instalment of Scott & Bailey bowed out with a slot-winning performance.
TUESDAY: BBC1 drama The A Word bowed out with its second biggest audience of the series, as Flowers shed viewers for Channel 4.
MONDAY: Channel 4’s dark comedy Flowers launched in line with Catastrophe, while Marcella rebounded from a series low.
MONDAY: The Game Of Thrones juggernaut continued to lurch forward for Sky Atlantic, as the sixth series launched with half a million more viewers than last year’s record debut.
FRIDAY: John Sergeant returned with fewer viewers for the second series of his barge-based travelogue as Ben Fogle’s latest Channel 5 wildlife documentary struggled to outperform the adventurer’s previous outings for the channel.
SUNDAY: Louis Theroux scored his best ratings for BBC2 in nearly five years with his documentary on alcoholism in the UK.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent remained steady after Bang on the Money lost ground to Michael McIntyre’s Big Show.
THURSDAY: BBC1’s Elizabeth at 90 reigned supreme after the special documentary peaked with almost 9m viewers on The Queen’s birthday.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2 documentary Caravanner of the Year got off to a slow start, drawing in an audience below the channel’s slot average.
TUESDAY: Naturalist Steve Backshall’s ITV debut got off to a slow start with 2m tuning in to watch Fierce.
MONDAY: Marcella slumped to a series low, but retained enough viewers to hold off competition from a brace of new comedies on BBC1.
SUNDAY: ITV’s Home Fires continued to dominate BBC1’s Undercover as the battle of the crime dramas continued.
FRIDAY: The Five doubled Sky 1’s slot average but couldn’t compete with recent Sky 1 orders including Stan Lee’s Lucky Man and You, Me and The Apocalypse.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent piled on 1.3m viewers without competition from The Voice UK, while Michael McIntyre’s Big Show outperformed the comedian’s previous outings for BBC1.
THURSDAY: Animal Orphans was beaten by Line Of Duty on its return to ITV, as Bargain Shop Wars rang up an audience of 2.5m.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4’s Trevor Phillips-fronted documentary What British Muslims Really Think easily beat slot average, while the return of ITV’s crime solving duo Scott and Bailey triumphed at 9pm.
TUESDAY: The Tunnel returned to Sky Atlantic with around half its debut audience but remained the channel’s biggest series launch of the year.
MONDAY: Marcella slipped by around 500,000 viewers but continued to dominate the evening viewing for ITV.
SUNDAY: ITV drama Home Fires overturned BBC1’s Undercover – as a peak of 2.5m watched Danny Willet storm to victory at the 2016 Masters.
FRIDAY: Have I Got News For You returned to BBC1 and loosened Gogglebox’s stranglehold on the Friday night 9pm slot.
SATURDAY: Britain’s Got Talent’s second lowest-rated launch on record still had enough to thrash the final episode of The Voice UK on BBC1.
THURSDAY: ITV’s Bear Grylls: Mission Survive closed 1m behind the final episode of its debut series, while BBC1’s How To Stay Young won the 9pm slot with its launch episode.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s strong scripted run continued as Grantchester bowed out with a slot-winning performance.
TUESDAY: Drive got off to a slow start as 2m viewers tuned in to watch the ITV format get underway.
MONDAY: Steve November will be leaving ITV with his head held high after Anna Friel thriller Marcella became the channel’s second new drama to launch strongly in a matter of days.
FRIDAY: BBC2 sitcom Two Doors Down returned for a full series with around half the audience who tuned in for its BBC1 debut on New Year’s Eve 2014.
SUNDAY: ITV enjoyed a strong night as The Durrells became its biggest launch since Cilla and Home Fires sparked back into life with a respectable 5.2m.
SATURDAY: Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway bowed out with its second lowest audience of the series, but it still thrashed the semi-final of The Voice UK.
THURSDAY: Line Of Duty won the 9pm slot after arresting its best overnight audience to date.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4’s second Donald Trump documentary in two months performed solidly, as Countryfile spin-off Secret Britain failed to match its previous outings.
TUESDAY: Bake Off: Crème de la Crème became BBC2’s highest-rated show since Jeremy Clarkson’s final Top Gear in June.
MONDAY: The Island With Bear Grylls returned with its biggest audience on record, as Maigret performed well for ITV.
FRIDAY: Boomers returned to BBC1 with a wobble and was unable to fight off the juggernaut that is Gogglebox.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s latest physical gameshow Can’t Touch This was unable to leap past the launches of The Getaway Car or Ninja Warrior UK.
SUNDAY: The Night Manager held off strong competition from ITV’s documentary about the Queen to bow out with its biggest audience of the series.
WEDNESDAY: The first UK broadcast interview with would-be US presidential candidate Donald Trump helped Good Morning Britain to its best audience in three weeks.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s autism drama The A Word triumphed in the 9pm slot, securing more than double the audience of any of its competitors.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s London Underground documentary set off with a respectable audience as Davina McCall helped ITV to a slot-winning performance.
FRIDAY: Sport Relief 2016 was well down on the audience who tuned in the BBC1 fundraiser in 2014.
SATURDAY: BBC1’s Six Nations coverage built to a peak of almost 9m as viewers flocked to England’s grand slam victory over France.
SUNDAY: Channel 4’s Formula One coverage failed to match BBC1, as The Night Manager continued to speed away from the competition.
THURSDAY: A special live edition of Celebrity Juice lifted the ITV2 show to its biggest audience in more than a year, as BBC2’s Murder slumped to fewer than 300,000 viewers.
WEDNESDAY: Brendan O’Carroll’s personal history of the Easter Rising informed 1m on BBC2.
TUESDAY: Terrestrial rivals were left struggling in BBC1’s wake as the second series of Happy Valley bowed out with a record audience.
MONDAY: The X-Files came to an end on a low for Channel 5 – but the reboot easily outperformed the channel’s slot average.
FRIDAY: Channel 4’s Gogglebox was the most popular show of the evening as 4m settled down in front of the telly-watching format.
SATURDAY: England’s narrow win over Wales in the Six Nations rugby failed to match the previous two encounters between the teams on a busy day for sport.
SUNDAY: The Night Manager dropped to a series low, but its audience remained resolutely above 6m and it damaged the return of Indian Summers on Channel 4.
THURSDAY: The Cruise, Bear Grylls: Mission Survive and Murder all lost ground on a tough night for terrestrial TV – which included the launch of BBC2 social history format.
WEDNESDAY: After a seven year hiatus, the return of Sport Relief special Famous, Rich and Homeless was unable to match the success of its opening run.
TUESDAY: Clerkenwell Films fantasy drama The Aliens landed with more than half a million viewers on E4.
MONDAY: Family Guy shed almost half of its audience for ITV2 after it was dented by E4’s Tattoo Fixers.
FRIDAY: Jane Treays’ documentary about Country Life magazine was unable to compete with her previous BBC2 series about high-end hotel Claridge’s.
SUNDAY: Tom Hollander’s starring role in ITV’s Doctor Thorne was crushed by his appearance as a dastardly sidekick in The Night Manager.
SATURDAY: The eighth series of Take Me Out closed with an average audience of 3.6m, as The Voice UK slumped to yet another low.
THURSDAY: BBC2’s new live teatime show Too Much TV wobbled in its first week, as the second series of Bear Grylls: Mission Survive failed to match last year’s opener.
WEDNESDAY: ITV drama Grantchester won the 9pm slot despite returning half a million behind its first ever episode.
TUESDAY: Happy Valley recorded its highest-ever viewing share – as almost a third of people watching TV tuned in to the hit crime drama.
MONDAY: Family Guy’s launch on ITV2 doubled its slot average and brought younger viewers to the channel - but struggled to match its recent BBC openers.
FRIDAY: Musical double act Joe and Jake won the right to represent the UK at Eurovision in front of a strong audience on BBC4.
SUNDAY: BBC1’s The Night Manager grew its audience as it returned for a second week, while a series high for Call The Midwife punctured ITV’s Churchill’s Secret.
SATURDAY: The Voice UK slumped to a new low against Saturday Night Takeaway, as BBC2’s Stag failed to match The Wrong Mans.
THURSDAY: ITV period drama Jericho’s unconvincing run came to a close with a series average of under 3m, as Channel 4’s sex-themed night failed to pique viewer interest.
WEDNESDAY: The Brit Awards turned in a performance in line with last year’s event and more than double the channel slot average.
TUESDAY: Channel 4 doc Lost Tribe of the Amazon located a larger audience than BBC2 and ITV as Who’s The Boss? and The Inspectors Are Coming struggled.
MONDAY: The linear TV launch of BBC3 comedy Cuckoo on BBC1 propelled it to a near-record high.
FRIDAY: Studio Lambert’s TV-watching format Gogglebox returned to Channel 4 with its biggest audience to date.
SUNDAY: BBC1’s John le Carré adaptation almost matched the opening performance of War and Peace, while Let’s Play Darts for Sport Relief struggled to check out on BBC2.
SATURDAY: Saturday Night Takeaway returned with its biggest audience in three years to outmuscle The Voice UK by almost 2m viewers.
THURSDAY: Monty Don returned to BBC2 with almost 2m viewers – well up on the first series opener of Big Dreams Small Spaces.
WEDNESDAY: Guy Hibbert’s Chinese-themed One Child got underway with a performance ahead of slot average, while Sky 1’s US acquisition Limitless also launched solidly.
TUESDAY: There was no “A-Ha!” moment for Sky Atlantic as Alan Partridge’s Mid Morning Matters returned with a meagre 60,000 viewers.