Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Doctor Who Live: The Next Doctor Overnight Viewing Figures at 6m
Countryfile continued its impressive Sunday ratings with 5.62m (23.4%) at 8pm, while The White Queen dipped to 3.40m (14.8%) at 9pm.
On BBC Two, the final Top Gear of the series climbed to 4.68m (19.5%) at 8pm. Documentary Das Auto: Germans, Their Cars & Us was seen by 2.22m (9.7%) at 9pm.
ITV's Tipping Point quizzed 3.82m (18.5%) at 7pm, with a further 178,000 (0.7%) on +1. All Star Mr & Mrs entertained 3.36m (14.0%) at 8pm (271k/1.2% on +1). Law & Order: UK's latest episode lost just under 400k viewers to 3.91m (17.1%) at 9pm (318k/2.0%).
On Channel 4, the second episode of The Mill dropped around 500k from last week to 1.98m (8.2%) at 8pm (297k/1.3%).
Rory Kinnear drama Southcliffe premiered to 1.88m (8.2%) viewers at 9pm (289k/1.8%).
Channel 5's Once Upon a Time continued with 711k (3.0%) at 8pm (108k/0.5%), followed by the latest Big Brother with 1.21m (5.3%) at 9pm (225k/1.4%).
On BBC Three, Family Guy was the most-watched multichannel show with 1.11m (5.9%) at 10pm and 1.06m (7.0%) at 10.30pm.
Our own live stream of the event held a solid 4,500 viewers, with a peak of over 5,000. (Doesn't sound like much in comparison but believe me, that's a fair bit!)
And to think, that future researchers will look back 10 years and wonder why Deadly 60 had a massive spike in viewers.