The second episode of BBC2’s real-time domestic comedy, starring Dawn French and Alfred Molina, entertained 1.23m (6.4%) and a further 28,400 (0.14%) on BBC HD from 10pm to 10.30pm on Friday evening.
This was down on the previous week’s performance of 1.71m (8.8%) on BBC2 and 41,000 (0.21%) on BBC HD, according to overnight Barb figures supplied by Attentional.
Channel 4’s Friday night offering Pete Versus Life built on its first audience of 1.16m (6%) to pull in 1.27m (6.6%) viewers on Friday between 10pm and 10.35pm. The show, which sees a pair of sport commentators analyse the life of calamitous journalist Pete Griffiths, delivered a further 97,100 (0.8%) to time adjusted C4+1.
BBC News won the slot with an audience of 3.25m (16.9%) on BBC1 from 10pm to 10.35pm, while ITV News at Ten informed 2.19m (11.4%) over the same period.
On Channel 5, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit gripped an audience of 1.13m (6.2%) from 10pm to 10.55pm.
|21.00-21.30||My Family 6/9||4.26m||19.4%|
|21.30-22.00||Old Guys 6/6||2.59m||12.1%|
|22.35-23.05||Would I Lie to You? 4/9||2.88m||17.9%|
|21.00-22.00||Great British Home Movie Roadshow 2/5||1.71m||7.9%|
|22.00-22.30||Roger and Val Have Just Got In 2/6||1.23m||6.4%|
|22.00-22.30||ITV News at Ten||2.19m||11.4%|
|22.35-00.35||FILM: Sixth Sense||890,000||8%|
CHANNEL 4 (+1)
|21.00-22.00||Big Brother||2.48m (123,400)||11.4 (0.7)|
|22.00-22.35||Pete vs Life 2/5||1.27m (97,100)||6.6 (0.8)|
|22.35-23.05||Big Brother||2.28m (114,900)||14 (1.2)|
|21.00-22.00||The Mentalist 3/23||1.4m||6.5%|
|22.00-22.55||Law & Order: SVU 2/22||1.13||6.2%|