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Dave had success this week with Blackadder Goes Forth
The shortest format of the game drew an audience of 361,000/2% on Sky Sports 2
The best football of the new season was Sky Sports 1’s Saturday coverage of Arsenal v Crystal Palace from 4.45pm
At 9pm on Saturday, the first part of Sky 1’s A Touch Of Cloth III: Too Cloth For Comfort achieved 268,000/1.4%
SATURDAY: BBC1’s new celebrity gymnastics format Tumble failed to reach a high bar, but still beat the competition.
THURSDAY: The return of Who Do You Think You Are comfortably beat BBC1’s slot average while ITV struggled with the opening episode of Kids With Cameras.
Tuesday’s episode of MTV’s Geordie Shore topped the chart with 520,000/3% (incl +1) at 10pm
On Thursday at 9pm, the 100th episode of Glee achieved 207,000
This week, more than half of the top 50 programmes were Dave’s Storage Hunters
The best-placed non-sporting, non-storage-based show this week was Sky 1’s 24: Live Another Day.
Of the top 50 this week, nearly half were Dave’s Storage Hunters
Meanwhile, Game Of Thrones ended on a high.
Sky 1’s US drama import Hawaii Five-O was up by 64,000 week-on-week (Sun, 9pm)
The moral of the tale is never, ever fight someone called The Mountain That Rides.
I worry about Jack Bauer. It must be exhausting being that clenched all the time, and then there’s all that running and waving his pistol while perpetually pointing out that he’s trying to save the world here, people.
SATURDAY: Carl Froch’s knockout blow to George Groves helped Sky Box Office to a peak of more than 300,000 viewers.
The Victorians, those straightbacked Empire-builders with virtue preserved, forked out a penny each week to be thrilled by sensational dread
Sky Atlantic’s latest original commission Mr Sloane launched with fewer than 100,000 viewers on Friday, as Channel 4’s Gogglebox bowed out on a high.
It’s hard to believe, but that’s the football season finished. Except, that is, for the various league playoffs, the World Cup just three weeks away, and the friendly internationals in between.
Jack’s back, covered as he is in scars inflicted by eight series of fist-fights, shootouts, drugs and the odd momentary death.
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