TUESDAY: ITV1’s celebrity homelessness series was trumped by both Channel 4 and Channel 5 in the primetime slot.
Home Is Where the Heart Is lost more than 200,000 viewers compared with last week, to provide a roof for an audience of 1.9m (8.33%) at 9pm across ITV1 and ITV1 HD. A further 59,600 (0.35%) watched on ITV1+1.
The commercial broadcaster, which is usually second only to BBC1 in primetime, was relegated to fourth place across the hour by C4 and C5.
BBC1’s Crimewatch won the slot, arresting an audience of 4.87m (21.3%), according to overnight Barb figures supplied by Attentional.
C5’s US drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was the second highest rating show in the 9pm slot, locking in an audience of 2.3m (10%).
It was trailed closely by The Secret Millionaire, which uncovered 2.11m (9.2%) viewers at 9pm for C4. An additional 287,400 (1.7%) watched on time-adjusted C4+1.
The Country House Revealed was the poorest performing show at 9pm, only managing to muster 1.48m (6.4%) for BBC2. The BBC HD simulcast attracted a further 82,300 (0.36%).
Jamie’s Food Revolution relaunches
Later in the evening, Jamie’s Food Revolution Hits Hollywood - the chef’s second US series - launched with an audience of 1.17m (6.9%) from 10pm to 11.05pm. An additional 143,800 (1.6%) watched on C4+1.
It was below the debut of the original series Jamie’s American Food Revolution, which cooked up 1.72m (9.09%) in September last year.