Non PSB Ratings – Page 17

  • Mad Men
    Ratings

    Mad Men fails to sell Sky Atlantic

    2014-04-17T12:34:00Z

    Mad Men returned for a seventh series on Wednesday with a meagre audience of 28,500 - as Channel 4’s How to Get a Council House was back with record ratings.

  • Game Of Thrones
    Ratings

    Thrones roars ahead for Sky

    2014-04-16T16:01:00Z

    The official motto of the (fictional) Westeros grand family House Lannister of Casterly Rock is, apparently, ‘hear me roar’.

  • Walking Dead
    Ratings

    Walking Dead rise for Fox

    2014-04-11T16:34:00Z

    If ever the dead walked, there would be something inexorable about them. Arms held stiffly out in front, hollow eyes, a lowing groan as they marched on, determinedly bent on some ghoulish, nefarious deed.

  • Believe
    Ratings

    One to Believe in for Watch

    2014-04-04T15:38:00Z

    Apparently, director JJ Abrams might be casting unknowns for his new Star Wars film.

  • Dara O Briain’s School Of Hard Sums
    Ratings

    Sums add up for Dave

    2014-03-28T17:23:00Z

    There is a natural physical twitch in the legs of men of a certain age whenever they walk past a game of football in the park.

  • Believe
    Ratings

    Believe opens well for Watch

    2014-03-28T10:21:00Z

    Watch’s heavily-marketed Alfonso Cuarón drama Believe launched with a strong audience on Thursday, as MasterChef grew its ratings.

  • Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
    Ratings

    C5 beats Sky in jet doc battle

    2014-03-20T17:45:00Z

    It’s interesting to see channels scramble their rapid-reaction resources to keep pace with the emerging mystery of the missing Malaysian Airlines flight.

  • Shetland
    Ratings

    Shetland outguns Arsenal’s European exit

    2014-03-12T10:35:00Z

    BBC1’s Shetland returned with a million fewer viewers than last year’s pilot, but still outplayed ITV’s Champions League football on Tuesday.

  • The Smoke
    Ratings

    Sheriff blows away Smoke

    2014-03-07T11:11:00Z

    If Dave ever decides to put a magician inside one of an array of cupboards and then get some assertive Americans to shout about them before buying the one they think he’s in, the channel could have a hit on its hands.

  • Moone Boy
    Ratings

    Low launch for Moone Boy

    2014-02-28T10:51:00Z

    As a nipper, I lived opposite Cardiff City striker and local hero Johnny Vincent, and then in Northampton in the same street as cricketing wizard Mushtaq Mohammad. So when Sky 1’s Moones stumbled across Irish World Cup hero Patrick ‘Packie’ Bonner’s house while on holiday, I understood.

  • fleming
    Ratings

    Slow start for Bond drama

    2014-02-20T14:56:00Z

    As a nipper, one of my favourite jokes was to go around saying my name was Bond – Brooke Bond; ‘like the tea’, I would always add anxiously, as the silence yawned on.

  • Dynamo
    Ratings

    Dave delivers with Dynamo

    2014-02-13T14:35:00Z

    If you asked most people who Steven Frayne was, they’d probably stare blankly at you; if you said Dynamo, most would probably recall the magician.

  • Looking
    Ratings

    Few Looking at Sky Atlantic

    2014-02-07T18:04:00Z

    Football is no stranger to hyperbole. Every manager’s utterance is poured over for significance, while all tackles, free kicks and hairdos are analysed ad infinitum.

  • Only Fools And Horses
    Ratings

    Old Fools are the best

    2014-01-31T15:27:00Z

    Daves of the world, no matter what their actual names, will this week have felt a pang of sadness stab at their heart with the news of Roger Lloyd-Pack’s passing.

  • Gavin & Stacey
    Ratings

    Tidy result for Dave

    2014-01-27T09:23:00Z

    Amid mobs and all the excesses that Babylon has come to represent, only outdone by modern day football, the appeal of two young lovers from Essex and South Wales continues unabated, with a whole series splurged out at once for avid fans.

  • LFC
    Ratings

    Football and crime pay

    2014-01-17T14:49:00Z

    As usual, football dominates the charts – and each week that it does, its price will just go up and up.

  • BT Sport
    Ratings

    Year kicks off with football

    2014-01-09T17:42:00Z

    Judging by the top programmes list, all too many of us were able to do, weighed down by delicate constitutions following New Year revelry and left-over Christmas trimmings, was watch others run about booting a ball or wonder abstractly what might be hidden in the loft.

  • Liverpool
    Ratings

    Liverpool victory nets 1.5m

    2013-12-17T11:12:00Z

    Liverpool’s defeat of Tottenham delivered 1.5 million to Sky Sports 1 on Sunday.

  • Elementary
    Ratings

    Drama’s monk is heaven sent

    2013-12-12T16:27:00Z

    It seems we love a detective no matter where in space or time they are from, as long as there’s a good juicy murder.

  • Sofia-the-First
    Ratings

    Fairytale result for Disney Jr

    2013-12-06T16:42:00Z

    The big football-centric beasts may be spending the sort of money that would make Croesus blush, and dominating the press in an Alpha sort of way, but sometimes the big news is about a cartoon princess who turns into a mermaid to visit an underwater city. Oh, and tow trucks. ...