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New BBC3 sitcom Bad Education drew nearly a million viewers on its second outing.
A new series of frontline documentary Our War boosted BBC3’s usual audience figures by more than 60% – but could not match the pull of the first run.
A documentary about the massacre at a screening of the Dark Knight Rises drew nearly half a million viewers to BBC3.
Comedian Russell Brand pulled more than half a million viewers with a documentary recounting his battle with heroin.
The launch of Rihanna’s fashion series on Sky Living drew less than 100,000 viewers, while Jack Whitehall’s Bad Education on BBC3 matched the channel’s average.
A fresh serving of Hell’s Kitchen USA helped ITV2 briefly edge ahead of BBC3, which continues to dominate multichannel with Olympics coverage.
Summer camp comedy Beaver Falls struggled on its return to E4 with half the channel’s usual viewing figures.
Keith Lemon’s new comedy reality show became ITV2’s highest-rated series launch since the Bionic Woman four years ago.
US sitcom New Girl, shifted onto E4 by Channel 4, managed to draw one of the biggest multichannel audiences of the night up against the might of the London 2012 Olympics.
Swashbuckling drama Sinbad and ITV2 reality series The Only Way is Essex posted record lows as the Olympics dominated viewing.
Dynamo: Magician Impossible ended its second run on a series low - but managed to top the first series average by nearly 200,000 viewers.
Sky 1’s new Apprentice-style business series got off to a slow start with just a quarter of the broadcaster’s usual audience figures.
A new documentary about late singer Amy Winehouse boosted usual audience figures for BBC4.
The sixth series of The Only Way is Essex returned with less than a million viewers – the lowest debut of the programme since the first series.
Unlike the meandering amateur Boris bikers gawping at some distant London landmark, the Tour De France is hardcore cycling, where mountains are meant to be ridden up and over.
The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother and 2 Broke Girls have helped E4 achieve its best ever share of 16-34 year olds.
If Sinbad had taken Dynamo with him, his adventures might have been made less perilous by the sudden appearance of a baize table upon which card tricks would be performed, arresting the attention of the pursuing baddies.
Sky Atlantic’s new comedy series featuring Adam Buxton put in a disappointing first outing attracting only half the slot average.
Dynamo: Magician Impossible returned for a new series on Watch and conjured up the highest ever overnights for the UKTV-owned channel.
Channel 4’s new repeats station, 4Seven, intrigued just over 20,000 viewers at launch and peaked with 150,000 later in the evening with Undercover Boss.
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