The success of Channel 4’s Humans, BBC1’s The Great British Bake Off and Sky 1’s You, Me and the Apocalypse were among the shows to hit highs in our ratings coverage over the past 12 months.
Sci-fi series Humans became Channel 4’s biggest ever original drama after scoring 4m viewers.
BBC1 gameshow Prized Apart spluttered on take-off, as BBC3’s Women’s World Cup coverage outperformed Channel 4.
The Great British Bake Off final became the highest-rated show of the year.
Sky Atlantic’s heavily-promoted drama Fortitude made a successful debut, securing an overnight audience of over 700,000 viewers.
Katie Hopkins’ weight loss documentary helped TLC to its biggest audience to date.
Broadchurch roared back into ITV’s schedule, winning the 9pm slot in a strong night across the terrestrial channels after the Christmas break.
Doctor Who returned with its lowest series debut audience since the sci-fi show was rebooted in 2005.
Channel 4’s big budget epic Indian Summers transported almost 3m viewers to become the channel’s best performing drama in nearly five years.
Sky 1’s apocalyptic comedy drama made a confident start.
Channel 5’s survival reality show 10,000 BC started strongly in its 10pm slot.