Non PSB Ratings

  • Fortitude 2

    Fortitude frozen out


    The second episode of Sky Atlantic’s Fortitude achieved just 69,000/0.2% on Thursday at 9pm, its lowest overnight ever.

  • Ratings

    Bleak return for Fortitude


    Sky Atlantic’s Scandinavian drama returned but struggled to just 275,000 viewers, less than a third of series one’s launch episode in 2015.

  • Salvage Hunters

    Positive return for Salvage Hunters


    There must be quite a lot of salvage still around as Quest’s Salvage Hunters returned on Wednesday with pleasing results. Elsewhere, Gold’s comedians-watching-comedy show – a sort of Gigglebox – failed to strike a resounding chord.

  • Ratings

    Delicious delights Sky 1


    This week, Sky 1 sent its resident ex-cricketer off to fricassee some Australian meats, but this wasn’t the most delicious fare on the channel’s menu.

  • Delicious

    Sky 1 drama tastes success


    The second episode of Sky 1’s drama series Delicious achieved 562,000/3%, fractionally ahead of episode one on 30 December (552,000/3%) after 29 December’s sneak 3am preview (150,000/12%).

  • Legends of Tomorrow

    Legends of Tomorrow rescues Sky


    With hands on hips, cloaked, lycra-swathed and leather-clad superheroes got together this week to save the ratings of tomorrow’s legends on Thursday and it worked.

  • The Flash

    The Flash sprints ahead


    Sky 1’s best 8pm superhero was The Flash with 356,000/2%

  • The Walking Dead

    Last-ditch win seals it for Sky


    Football produced some of the best drama as Bournemouth fans knocked over their cocoa, leaping out of their bathchairs at an unlikely win.

  • Ratings

    Sky's robots outgun pope


    It can’t be long before some writer coming down with a fever in their freezing garret dreams up the idea of having Lenny The Pope wander into the artificial Wild West. After a few weeks on Sky Atlantic, it’s clear who’d win that particular gunfight at the corral.

  • The Walking Dead

    Westworld loses to Gold Rush


    This week, Sky Atlantic’s more theatrical version of the Wild West wrestled the ‘real men’ of the gold rush to a standstill before the sheriff in the white hat (also known as the PVR) rode into town to restore order.