FRIDAY: Studio Lambert format dips below 3m
SATURDAY: ITV format returned with its biggest audience since 2013
THURSDAY: Fast-turnaround film examines horrific crime
WEDNESDAY: Annual awards ceremony dips to 5.5m but pulls in big share of 16-34s.
TUESDAY: Sky Atlantic drama Billions slipped by 80,000 as it returned for a second run.
MONDAY: 7m watch Arsenal knockout Sutton
Weekend: BBC1 sinks to 4.3m
SUNDAY: SS-GB invaded BBC1 with over 6m
THURSDAY: Trevor McDonald’s exposé unable to match previous mafia-themed doc.
WEDNESDAY: The Real Marigold Hotel added 2m viewers as it leapt to BBC1 for a second series.
TUESDAY: ITV Studios’ Shannon Matthews-inspired drama The Moorside maintained its strong performance to dominate the 9pm slot.
MONDAY: Channel 4 found love with a First Dates Valentine’s Special which soared ahead of its Hotel spin-off.
SUNDAY: The Baftas slipped to a six-year low while ITV’s Good Karma Hospital built on last week’s launch.
SATURDAY: Let It Shine dipped to a series low as it entered its live stage as The Voice UK matched its best performance to date.
THURSDAY: Heavily-marketed X-Men spin-off drama Legion made a solid start for Fox – more than doubling the channel’s slot average.
WEDNESDAY: Roots, the remake of Alex Haley’s classic novel about the slave trade, launched with BBC4’s biggest audience for an original drama in three years.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s The Moorside, which explores the real-life disappearance of Shannon Matthews, was the channel’s best-performing new drama launch in three years.
MONDAY: Channel 4 kicked off its fake news season in front of 1m viewers, as BBC2’s SAS documentary outgunned Channel 5’s recent effort.
WEEKEND: Tracey Ullman failed to capitalise on her primetime slot as Celebrity Big Brother bowed out with a series average below 2m.
SUNDAY: The Jump returned with a peak of almost 3m as ITV’s Good Karma Hotel launched neck-and-neck with the third episode of BBC1’s Apple Tree Yard.
WEDNESDAY: Channel 4 documentary Women Who Kill pulled in an audience in line with slot average.
TUESDAY: Sugar Free Farm struggled to match last year’s outing as the ITV format bowed out with a below average performance.
MONDAY: ITV’s wartime drama The Halcyon slipped to a low while BBC1’s Silent Witness continued to dominate.
SUNDAY: Special Forces lost over 400,000 viewers on its return to BBC2, while the Australian Open tennis final peaked with 800,000 for Eurosport.
WEEKEND: The Voice opened up a significant lead over Let It Shine after the BBC1 format slipped below 5m viewers.
THURSDAY: Arctic drama Fortitude returned to Sky Atlantic with less than half of the audience who tuned in for the series one debut.
WEDNESDAY: The National Television Awards was unable to outperform last year’s event – pulling in fewer than 5.5m viewers.
TUESDAY: BBC2’s Further Back In Time For Dinner failed to live up to its last course – losing out to its terrestrial rivals in the 9pm slot.
MONDAY: Winterwatch returned to the schedule with over 3m viewers – doubling BBC2’s slot average.
WEEKEND: Kudos Films’ adaptation Apple Tree Yard made a confident start after receiving a healthy inheritance from the return of Call The Midwife.
THURSDAY: BBC1 natural history doc Spy In The Wild lost 700,000 as it returned for a second outing.
WEDNESDAY: Celebrity Big Brother jumped to its second-highest performance of the series – overpowering BBC2’s Hospital and Channel 4 comedy No Offence.
TUESDAY: Idris Elba helped Discovery to almost double its slot average - a feat also achieved by Channel 4’s Meet The Trumps, the first outing for David Glover and Mark Raphael’s indie.
MONDAY: Panorama and Dispatches both scored their biggest audiences in seven months with their investigations into the President Elect, but BBC1 trumped in the battle of the Donald documentaries.
SUNDAY: The final episode of Sherlock slipped below 6m to its lowest overnight performance, behind BBC1’s Antiques Roadshow and Countryfile.
WEEKEND: The Voice UK lost fewer viewers than Let It Shine to overtake its BBC1 rival as both entertainment formats returned for a second week.
THURSDAY: Wildlife documentary Spy In The Wild launched ahead of BBC1’s previous animatronic outing Spy In The Pod.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s timely look at the NHS delivered an audience in excess of 2m as Gogglebox-inspired Common Sense struggled to find a sizeable crowd.
TUESDAY: Martin Clunes’ ITV travelogue outmuscled Joanna Lumley’s recent effort as BBC2 failed to muster 1m for Our Dancing Town.
MONDAY: Channel 5 survival format The Week We Went Wild got off to a rocky start after failing to capitalise on its sizeable inheritance from Celebrity Big Brother.
WEEKEND: Sherlock fell by 2m to its lowest ever performance against stiff competition from Endeavour – as Dance Dance Dance got underway with 4m viewers.
SATURDAY: Let It Shine and The Voice both made solid starts in the entertainment battle as BBC1’s drama gamble with Taboo paid off.
THURSDAY: Minnow Films’ espionage series Spies failed to hook a million viewers while Death in Paradise returned on murderous form.
WEDNESDAY: ITV gameshow The Chase gripped an audience of almost 4m viewers – enough to beat every single show on BBC1 apart from its news bulletins.
TUESDAY: Celebrity Big Brother’s January opener slipped for the fourth consecutive year – but remained strong enough to outperform ITV, Channel 4 and BBC2.
The finals of Euro 2016, Strictly Come Dancing and the Grand National were among the most-watched shows live.
MONDAY: Left Bank Pictures’ The Halcyon dented the success of Silent Witness but was unable to overcome the BBC1 stalwart.
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show smashed its first series’ average, while We’re Going On A Bear Hunt performed well on C4 and The Witness For The Prosecution struggled to match previous Agatha Christie adaptations.
Sherlock was the most-watched show of the festive period, barring BBC1’s fireworks coverage, while Sky 1 cooked up success with Dawn French drama Delicious.
Strictly Come Dancing’s festive special clinched the Christmas Day ratings battle, but the combined ratings for The Queen’s Speech ultimately took the crown.
The success of Victoria, Marcella and Cold Feet was matched by The Night Manager and Planet Earth - but Top Gear and Viceland struggled.
THURSDAY: Stephen Poliakoff’s period drama closed just short of the BBC2 slot average following the finale of Masterchef: the Professionals.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1’s docu-drama recreating the tumultuous marriages of Henry VIII closed narrowly behind the channel’s slot opposite series finales on BBC2 and ITV
TUESDAY: Channel 4’s US acquisition This is Us dropped to a series low and was beaten by Channel 5, ITV2, E4 and BBC4 in the 9pm slot.
MONDAY: ITV’s Prince Harry film proved no match for the channel’s recent interview with Prince Philip.
FRIDAY: An hour-long send-off for ITV comedy Vicious sank to its lowest performance yet.
SUNDAY: The Apprentice recovered from last year’s worst performing final since 2005 to hook 6m.
SATURDAY: BBC1 dominated Saturday night’s viewing as Strictly Come Dancing glided to a close with almost 1m more viewers than last year’s final.
THURSDAY: The Apprentice built on last week’s audience to deliver 5.5m on BBC1, while Grand Designs: House of The Year closed with 1.5m on Channel 4.
WEDNESDAY: BBC2’s life overhaul format The Big Life Fix with Simon Reeve grew its audience, adding 183,000 to its debut last week.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Royal Variety Performance sunk to a new low and failed to dent the final episode of BBC1’s serial killer drama Rillington Place.
MONDAY: Love Productions’ latest social experiment Muslims Like Us launched with around half the crowd who tuned in to Make Bradford British in 2012.
FRIDAY: Gogglebox returned to form without competition from I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here – winning the slot in its final 30-minutes.
SUNDAY: The X Factor final entertained 1.5m fewer people than last year’s climax after struggling to match the competition from Planet Earth II.
THURSDAY: Who Do You Think You Are? continued to slide despite the lack of competition from I’m A Celebrity, while The Apprentice added nearly 1m viewers to last week’s all-time low audience.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s latest crime drama got underway with almost 5m, overpowering Lucy Worsley’s BBC1 debut.
TUESDAY: Almost half a million people watched the final episode of JJ Abrams’ 10 part sci-fi drama Westworld on Sky Atlantic.
MONDAY: BBC1’s recreation of the events that led up to the 2011 Tottenham Riots was watched by 2.5m, while Guy Martin’s latest series closed with 1.9m on Channel 4.
WEEKEND: David Walliams’ Friday evening show slipped as Michael McIntyre’s Saturday night vehicle hit its halfway stage with 6m viewers.
SUNDAY: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! bowed out almost 1m viewers up on last year’s final as Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt was crowned queen of the jungle.
THURSDAY: The Apprentice fell to its lowest audience on record as it struggled against fierce competition from I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here.
WEDNESDAY: The Missing bowed out with its second-highest performance of the series but struggled to match the success of the debut run.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s three-part drama based on real-life serial killer John Christie launched behind slot average.
MONDAY: Channel 5’s political ob-doc MPs: Behind Closed Doors got off to a slow start, while ITV’s I’m A Celebrity continued to dominate.
WEEKEND: Ed Balls’ departure on Strictly Come Dancing helped the dancing format to its highest audience of the year, while Michael McIntyre continued to beat The X Factor.
THURSDAY: The Apprentice fell to a series low against competition from I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! as Danny Dyer’s family history informed 4m for WDYTYA.
WEDNESDAY: ITV’s life challenge format remained steady with 3.3m last night, while BBC2’s Black and British history series rallied to 930,000.
TUESDAY: ITV’s Martin Lewis proved more popular than Channel 4’s Mary Portas in the battle of the finance shows.
MONDAY: Guy Martin’s trip to China was unable to transport a bigger audience than his previous visit to India – as BBC2 notched up 1m for its trip to Brixton.
SUNDAY: Strictly Come Dancing retained its 11m peak from last week as I’m a Celebrity and Planet Earth II fell slightly, while Andy Murray’s victory in the ATP’s World Tour Finals was watched by more than 5m.
WEEKEND: Michael McIntyre’s Big Show narrowly outperformed The X Factor as it returned to BBC1 for a second series.
THURSDAY: The second series return of Channel 4’s The Secret Life of the Zoo fell below the 8pm slot average while ITV’s I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here continued to dominate at 9pm.
WEDNESDAY: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! dropped by just over a million on its third outing, while Black and British: a Forgotten History also slipped by 200,000 on BBC2.
TUESDAY: Warwick Davies’ daytime ITV quiz Tenable settled down with over 800,000, before England’s friendly clash with Spain peaked with 6.6m viewers.
MONDAY: The BBC2 adaptation of Zadie Smith’s NW performed solidly as a Children In Need special was overrun by I’m A Celebrity.
WEEKEND: England’s World Cup 2018 clash with Scotland pulled in crowd of 9m fans – while Strictly Come Dancing notched up a share of almost 50%.
SUNDAY: Linear TV proved it remains a powerful force after three shows pulled in more than 11m viewers – Strictly Come Dancing, Planet Earth and the return of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
THURSDAY: Stephen Poliakoff’s WW2 drama opened with almost 2m viewers, as Channel 4’s controversial jail doc got underway with fewer than 1m.
WEDNESDAY: A US election special landed The Last Leg its highest audience to date, while the morning news bulletins were also boosted by Donald Trump’s shock victory.
TUESDAY: BBC1’s coverage of Donald Trump’s victory in the US election pulled in an audience almost twice the size than was achieved for Barack Obama’s 2012 re-election.
MONDAY: The final instalment of ITV drama Dark Angel eclipsed BBC1’s one-off factual drama Damilola: Our Loved Boy.
WEEKEND: Gogglebox climbed to a series high on Friday as ITV drama The Level bowed out with a series average of 2.6m.
SUNDAY: BBC1 enjoyed a successful night as Planet Earth II returned with a peak of almost 10m, while Poldark bowed out on a series high.
THURSDAY: BBC2 narrowly outgunned Channel 4 as the channels went head-to-head with US-themed documentaries.
WEDNESDAY: The revamped Watchdog outperformed ITV’s This Time Next Year – as E4 beat Channel 4 and Channel 5 with The Big Bang Theory.
TUESDAY: The Pride of Britain awards dominated for ITV as BBC2 launched The Choir and Arctic Live.
Monday: ITV’s Victorian drama Dark Angel dominated the evening, pulling in 5m (25.2%) from 9pm-10.30pm.
WEEKEND: The second series of sci-fi drama Humans gripped half the audience of the debut as Strictly extended its lead over The X Factor.
THURSDAY: Sky Atlantic’s big budget The Young Pope got off to an underwhelming start, pulling in 141,000 (0.8%) across its two-hour launch.
WEDNESDAY: BBC1’s final episode of The Great British Bake Off bowed out with a peak of 14.9m viewers – the format’s biggest overnight audience yet.