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New Girl, one of Channel 4’s latest US acquisitions, has topped the 4oD chart for January by more than a million views.
TUESDAY : Celebrity Juice host Keith Lemon helped pull more than 500,000 viewers to the red carpet and backstage coverage of the Brit Awards.
MONDAY : Stacey Dooley’s latest investigation for BBC3 drew less than half the audience that watched her previous film on sex trafficking.
SUNDAY : Supernatural drama Being Human has dropped to its second lowest audience to date on BBC3 – while TOWIE pulled more than a million on ITV2.
FRIDAY : The Walking Dead returned to FX after its winter hiatus and drew nearly three times more than the channel’s usual audience.
THURSDAY : Celebrity Juice lost around half a million viewers after its record breaking performance last week.
TUESDAY : BBC3 ob doc Junior Doctors drew its lowest audience to date in the face of stiff competition from C4’s Gypsy Weddings.
MONDAY : US fantasy crime drama Grimm launched with nearly five times the usual audience for Watch.
SUNDAY : Zambia’s dramatic penalties victory over the Ivory Coast in the Africa Cup of Nations final netted a peak of 1.35m viewers for ITV4.
FRIDAY : Comedy drama Stella nearly doubled Sky1’s usual audience figures as it continues to draw followers.
THURSDAY : Celebrity Juice returned to ITV2 with more than 2m viewers, bulldozing the competition on all the terrestrial channels bar the BBC1 Ten O’Clock News.
WEDNESDAY : The Only Way is Essex picked up more than 150k viewers on its previous week to reach nearly a million viewers.
MONDAY : E4 teen drama Skins was nearly carved up in the ratings by Sky1’s swords and sandals drama Spartacus.
SUNDAY : BBC3 supernatural drama Being Human returned with more than double the audience of its multichannel rivals - but recorded its lowest series opener since its 2009 debut.
THURSDAY : The highly-anticipated repeat of The Singing Detective, marking its 25th anniversary, topped BBC4’s slot average by around 100k viewers.
TUESDAY : MTV reality show Geordie Shore returned for a second series – but could not match the pull of the first run.
MONDAY : An investigative documentary into the lack of openly gay professional footballers in Britain drew nearly a quarter of a million more viewers than BBC3’s usual audience.
SUNDAY : The Only Way Is Essex returned for a fourth run on ITV2 but drew its lowest series launch since its debut in 2010.
THURSDAY : A glossy BBC4 drama starring Doctor Who’s Karen Gillan could not quite match the pull of Sky1’s Mad Dogs.
TUESDAY : BBC3’s hit ob doc series Junior Doctors returned with more than a million viewers, easily winning the multichannel primetime slot.
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