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‘Squeamish’ is an understatement. If the word ‘brain’ is plonked in the same sentence as ‘stem’ and ‘cell’, the world starts a-whirlin’ and it might be “look out floor, here I come”.
Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale Of Three Cities hit a series low on Wednesday with 208,000/1%
The cool approach of Scandi TV detectives gave way to BBC4’s series of hot-blooded Swedish murderings.
Friday’s Kate Bush Story was BBC4’s top-rated show
E4 had the highest-rated, non-repeat homegrown show of the week: Hollyoaks on Monday at 7pm with 994,000/6%
BBC3’s comedy Cuckoo returned after a near two-year hiatus with 654,000/3.8%
BBC4’s Timeshift: Killer Storms And Cruel Winters was the channel’s best, with 690,000/3% at 9pm on Monday
BBC3’s Family Guy achieved 1.2 million/7% Sunday at 10.25pm
BBC3’s musical drama Glasgow Girls achieved 620,000/4% on Tuesday at 10pm
E4’s latest US import, sci-fi series The 100, launched with an epic 1.7 million
C4’s The Armstrong Lie, achieved 900,000 over two-and-a-half hours.
Murdered By My Boyfriend achieved 780,000/3.6% at 9pm on Monday.
Elsewhere, ITV3 rumbled on murderously, while an unlikely film-off occurred on Sunday night
Subscription numbers might be more important than ratings
In 2015, Hollyoaks will be 20 years old; but despite recent upstarts like the big bang theorists, it remains a perky stalwart of E4’s schedule
With pay drama channel ITV Encore heaving in to view, ITV3 was determined to show its sibling upstart how it’s done, with its detective greatest hits. Meanwhile, BBC4 pulled on its white stetson and set off for Dodge City.
The recent round of series culls in the US left The Big Bang Theory untouched and barging on for more
Whatever the chief ingredient of the juice of celebrities might be, it’s potent stuff, as ITV2’s comedy panel show breezes inexorably onwards.
In Blackadder III, Prince George declared himself as thick as a whale omelette, but even he’d have known a hit when one clouted him.
Who would have thought those bewigged Georgians would have such an impact?
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