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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.
On Sunday at 7pm, Sky 1’s Dogs Might Fly struggled to take off with an audience of 224,000
UKTV’s Watch became W and brought with it BBC3’s erstwhile EastEnders catch-up
Sky 1’s Duck Quacks Don’t Echo enjoyed its biggest overnight audience since 12 January
Sky 1’s best this week was Thursday’s fifth episode of A League Of Their Own, which attracted 481,000, the best live rating of this series.
Sky 1’s Stan Lee’s Lucky Man found life tougher with more than 200,000 viewers short of the previous week’s launch
Fortune smiled on Sky 1’s original commission Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, which landed with 600,000/ 3% at 9pm on Friday.
The second best sport rating this week was Dave’s foray into boxing with 1.3 million on Saturday at 9pm for David Haye V Mark de Mori.
Sky 1 purrs to victory with the second and final episode of Sky 1’s Big Cats: An Amazing Animal Family
Dave scored the second-biggest audience of the year for its re-runs of Would I Lie To You? on Saturday
Sky’s Supergirl plummets
The fourth episode of the third series of Dave’s Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled was the best of this run so far.
Panthers fans go on the run
Slow start for Last Panthers
Flash zooms past Supergirl
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