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Sky 1’s table topper, Ross Kemp: The Fight Against Isis, tripled its slot average with 555,000/3%
The fifth episode of Sky 1’s Agatha Raisin drew 451,000/2% on Tuesday at 9pm, its best of this run in overnight ratings so far.
The final episode of Sky Atlantic’s latest series of Game Of Thrones drew 682,000/3% in its Monday 9pm slot
Sky Atlantic’s Thronecast picked up speed, up 50% week on week, after Game Of Thrones’ ninth episode
The second episode of Sky 1’s Flintoff: Lord Of The Fries achieved 251,000/1% at 8pm on Monday, just 5,000 behind last week’s launch.
Dave’s Alan Davies As Yet Untitled achieved 321,000/2% at 10pm on Sunday
The best of Sky News’ EU: In Or Out? interviews this week was Friday’s at 8pm with 397,800/2% as Michael Gove faced the public.
This week’s winner of Sky 1’s 8pm superhero competition is The Flash, which on Tuesday achieved 417,000/2%
The Saturday night Live Boxing between David Haye and Arnold Gjergjaj gave Dave its best audience of the week: 1 million/6% from 8pm.
On Monday, Sky Atlantic’s Game Of Thrones episode three achieved 815,000/4% at 9pm, par with most 9pm outings so far.
Sky Sports 1’s Live Ford Monday Night Football came to a table-topping denouement with 1.5 million/7%
Simulcasting with the US, Sky Atlantic’s Game Of Thrones returned for a sixth season with 61,000 watching it live and another 1.4 million watching it at some point during the day.
Gold’s Victoria Wood weekend peaked at 7.40pm on Saturday with Victoria Wood’s Mid-Life Christmas
At 10pm, Sky Atlantic launched Camping with 71,000/0.4%
The sixth series finale of Fox’s The Walking Dead was again the biggest show of the week
The sixth episode of Sky Atlantic’s Vinyl mustered 14,000/0.06%, its lowest yet, on Monday at 9pm
Sky 1’s new series, Ross Kemp’s Britain, began with 329,000/2% on Tuesday at 9pm
Once again, Sky 1 got to present its Best Superhero Of The Week Trophy to The Flash
The second episode of Sky 1’s DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow achieved 394,000/2%, 188,000 short of last week’s launch.
Sky 1’s DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow launched on Thursday at 8pm with 572,000/3%, the best of its 8pm superhero strand.
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