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Sky Atlantic’s final episode of Billions drew 104,000
Historical drama attracted 618,000 - Sky 1’s best overnight of 2017
Dave’s comic challenge show drew its best ever overnight audience
Second episode grabbed 23,000 compared to the 48,000 opener
The Trip To Spain fell to 63,000 on Thursday
The Fox series ended with a significant increase in overnight viewers
More than 600,000 tune-in for the latest zombie episode
Stan Lee’s Lucky Man dipped to an all-time low of 151,000
New US drama commenced with 158,000
Comedy Central’s US show drew its best overnight ratings for this series
Sky Atlantic’s Fortitude drew the lowest ever overnight rating for either series
Sky Arts’ Portrait Artist Of The Year achieved 113,600 on Tuesday
The seventh series of The Walking Dead resumed with 686,000, the fifth best of this run
Fox launched FX series Legion to 189,000, but Sky 1’s Arrow was ahead with 220,000.
The second episode of Sky Atlantic’s Fortitude achieved just 69,000/0.2% on Thursday at 9pm, its lowest overnight ever.
Sky Atlantic’s Scandinavian drama returned but struggled to just 275,000 viewers, less than a third of series one’s launch episode in 2015.
There must be quite a lot of salvage still around as Quest’s Salvage Hunters returned on Wednesday with pleasing results. Elsewhere, Gold’s comedians-watching-comedy show – a sort of Gigglebox – failed to strike a resounding chord.
This week, Sky 1 sent its resident ex-cricketer off to fricassee some Australian meats, but this wasn’t the most delicious fare on the channel’s menu.
The second episode of Sky 1’s drama series Delicious achieved 562,000/3%, fractionally ahead of episode one on 30 December (552,000/3%) after 29 December’s sneak 3am preview (150,000/12%).
With hands on hips, cloaked, lycra-swathed and leather-clad superheroes got together this week to save the ratings of tomorrow’s legends on Thursday and it worked.
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