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DS Forum Support 22-01-2013 12:49

The Ratings Thread (Part 45)
 
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Originally Posted by Joe40 (Post 63766158)
Facebook - TV & Satellite Week

ITV will be showing Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Michael Winner tonight at 10.35pm in tribute to the late film director.

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KennyT 22-01-2013 12:51

Huzzah!

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cylon6 22-01-2013 12:51

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Originally Posted by DS Forum Support (Post 63766189)
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it really would be better if you carried over the last page.

jake lyle 22-01-2013 12:53

@TVRatingsUK
Top final consolidated ratings for Mon 14th: Corrie 10.41/9.98m; Mrs Brown 9.66m; EE 9.64m; Miranda 8.88m; Emmerdale 8.24m; Lewis 7.58m

Belligerence 22-01-2013 12:55

Great ratings for Corrie.

Charnham 22-01-2013 12:56

excellent for EastEnders as well.

James J 22-01-2013 12:56

Brilliant for Corrie with or without +1.

cylon6 22-01-2013 12:56

Derek 500, Lewis had 8.21m including +1 for episode 1 and 8.09m including +1 for episode 2. Hardly a drop at all. Also shows that for both BBC1/ITV can be strong without either having to be weak.

Dancc 22-01-2013 12:56

Monday 21st January: Terrestrial and Multichannel Ratings Roundup
BBC One

06:00 Breakfast: 1.86m (39.5%)
13:00 BBC News at One: 4.01m (38.7%)
13:45 Doctors: 1.99m (19.4%)
14:15 Father Brown: 2.10m (20.9%)
17:15 Pointless: 3.77m (20.0%)
18:00 BBC News at Six: 6.17m (27.4%)
18:30 BBC Regional News and Weather: 7.92m (33.3%)
19:00 The One Show: 5.68m (23.6%)
19:30 Inside Out: 4.62m (18.0%)
20:00 EastEnders: 8.77m (32.7%)
20:30 Panorama: 3.53m (13.0%)
21:00 Miranda: 6.39m (23.1%)
21:30 Mrs. Brown's Boys: 7.00m (26.6%)
22:00 BBC News at Ten: 5.42m (26.0%)
22:25 BBC Regional News and Weather: 5.12m (27.0%)
22:35 Have I Got News For You: 2.56m (17.0%)
23:05 Blandings: 1.09m (10.6%)

BBC Two
17:15 Antiques Roadshow: 879k (4.7%)
18:00 Eggheads: 1.60m (7.1%) exc. HD
18:30 Great British Railway Journeys: 1.68m (7.1%) exc. HD
19:00 Heir Hunters: 1.22m (4.9%) exc. HD
20:00 University Challenge: 3.14m (11.7%)
20:30 The Great Comic Relief Bake Off: 3.82m (14.9%)
21:30 Natural World: 1.86m (7.9%)

ITV Total
06:00 Daybreak: 793k (17.5%)
08:30 Lorraine: 1.24m (18.1%)
09:25 The Jeremy Kyle Show: 1.80m (24.3%)
13:30 ITV Lunchtime News: 1.58m (15.2%)
14:00 Dickinson's Real Deal: 1.44m (14.3%)
15:00 The Alan Titchmarsh Show: 1.41m (13.4%)
16:00 Tipping Point: 2.26m (16.4%)
17:00 The Chase: 4.33m (24.3%)
18:00 ITV Regional News: 4.91m (21.9%)
18:30 ITV Evening News: 4.23m (17.8%)
19:00 Emmerdale: 7.84m (32.5%)
19:30 Coronation Street: 10.2m (39.8%)
20:00 Cornwall with Caroline Quentin: 3.68m (13.8%)
20:30 Coronation Street: 10.6m (38.5%)
21:00 Lewis: 6.28m (23.2%)
22:00 ITV News at Ten: 2.74m (13.7%)
22:40 Les Miserables Movie Special: 1.23m (9.8%)
23:35 Monk: 421k (6.5%)

Channel 4 Total
14:40 Countdown: 576k (5.7%)
15:30 Face the Clock: 540k (4.9%)
16:00 Deal or No Deal: 1.37m (10.1%)
17:00 Four in a Bed: 1.37m (8.3%)
17:30 Come Dine with Me: 1.66m (8.7%)
18:00 The Simpsons: 2.16m (9.7%)
18:30 Hollyoaks: 1.45m (6.1%)
19:00 Channel 4 News: 778k (3.1%)
20:00 Dispatches: 2.13m (8.0%)
20:30 Wild Things: 1.07m (3.9%)
21:00 Embarrassing Fat Bodies: 1.56m (5.8%)
22:00 What Happens in Kavos...: 1.49m (8.2%)
23:05 One Born Every Minute: 380k (4.2%)

Channel 5 Total
06:00 Milkshake!: 140k (2.9%)
09:15 The Wright Stuff: 420k (5.6%)
13:45 Neighbours: 838k (8.1%)
15:15 Finding a Family: 731k (5.9%)
17:00 5 News at 5: 800k (4.9%)
17:30 Neighbours: 1.10m (5.7%)
18:00 Home & Away: 891k (4.0%)
20:00 All New Gadget Show: Best of Europe Compilation: 588k (2.2%)
21:00 Celebrity Big Brother: 2.56m (9.5%)
22:00 Botched Up Bodies: 1.10m (6.0%)
23:00 Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side: 672k (7.0%)

5USA Total
20:00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: 207k (0.8%)
21:00 NCIS: 236k (0.9%)
22:00 NCIS: 238k (1.3%)
23:00 NCIS: 206k (2.1%)
00:00 CSI: New York: 71k (3.2%)

BBC Three
19:00 Top Gear: 265k (1.1%)
20:00 Junior Doctors: 366k (1.4%)
21:00 Crazy for Party Drugs: 498k (1.9%)
22:00 World's Craziest Fools: 667k (3.2%)
22:30 EastEnders: 378k (2.3%)

BBC Four
19:00 World News Today: 57k (0.2%)
19:30 Great British Railway Journeys: 257k (1.0%)
20:00 Art Deco Icons: 199k (0.7%)
20:30 Britain on Film: 394k (1.5%)
21:00 Lost Kingdoms of South America: 606k (2.3%)

E4 Total
19:00 Hollyoaks: 1.24m (5.2%)
19:30 How I Met Your Mother: 381k (1.5%)
20:00 New Girl: 278k (1.0%)
20:30 New Girl: 339k (1.2%)
21:00 Revenge: 566k (2.1%)
22:00 My Mad Fat Diary: 397k (2.1%)

ITV2 Total
19:00 You've Been Framed!: 453k (1.9%)
19:30 You've Been Framed!: 674k (2.6%)
20:00 You've Been Framed!: 718k (2.7%)
21:00 Ben and Kate: 211k (0.8%)
21:30 Up All Night: 127k (0.5%)

Sky1 Total
18:30 The Simpsons: 447k (1.9%)
19:00 The Simpsons: 481k (2.0%)
19:30 The Simpsons: 330k (1.3%)
20:00 Arrow: 540k (2.0%)
21:00 A League of Their Own Unseen: 114k (0.4%)

Apologies for the repost, but some might miss this otherwise due to the thread split.

Charnham 22-01-2013 13:07

those Doctors ratings look strong, all of daytime benefiting, even Daybreak, BBC 1 O Clock news excellent, that has to be the highest One Show in a good while as well.C4 on The Simpsons looking excellent as well.

No massive boost for EE, and its hard to say if Corrie is higher due to snow, or the wedding (I think someone mentioned)

Big Brother looks strong, despite the abuse of the format.

lewiep93 22-01-2013 13:22

The archive - http://forums.digitalspy.co.uk/showp...99&postcount=2

We can't lose it!

RobbieSykes123 22-01-2013 13:48

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Originally Posted by jake lyle (Post 63766280)
@TVRatingsUK
Top final consolidated ratings for Mon 14th: Corrie 10.41/9.98m; Mrs Brown 9.66m; EE 9.64m; Miranda 8.88m; Emmerdale 8.24m; Lewis 7.58m

Quite a drop then for the second Lewis - down about 600k on the 8.2m the first part got.

Mistake to split I think. They could give it a Corrie lead in with the usual Wednesday slot now and keep it at two hours.
Superb consolidation for Miranda and MBB too, although both have work to do. Perhaps the Lewis split is actually helping MBB and Miranda in alternate weeks.

Do we know what takes Miranda's slot the week after next , hope they don't move the final MBB to Saturday like last year!

Servalan 22-01-2013 13:49

Changes ahead at ITV Drama ...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2013...-downton-abbey

RobbieSykes123 22-01-2013 13:53

Dancc - polite request - could you possibly post the +1 figures in brackets so everyone is happy and we can see the figures according to our preferred methodology. I know its your prerogative being the poster of the figures, but not posting the first airing figures and using phrases like "ITV Total" seems deliberately designed to inflame.

cylon6 22-01-2013 13:54

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Originally Posted by Dancc (Post 63766367)
Apologies for the repost, but some might miss this otherwise due to the thread split.

Thanks for posting and reposting these Dancc. They'd be lost in the other thread. :)

Score 22-01-2013 13:55

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Originally Posted by RobbieSykes123 (Post 63767520)
Quite a drop then for the second Lewis - down about 600k on the 8.2m the first part got.

Mistake to split I think. They could give it a Corrie lead in with the usual Wednesday slot now and keep it at two hours.
Superb consolidation for Miranda and MBB too, although both have work to do. Perhaps the Lewis split is actually helping MBB and Miranda in alternate weeks.

Do we know what takes Miranda's slot the week after next , hope they don't move the final MBB to Saturday like last year!

Lewis part 1 was 8.2m only with +1 - without it was 7.75m so the drop wasn't much at all.

cylon6 22-01-2013 13:56

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Originally Posted by Servalan (Post 63767556)

That's a shame for ITV as Laura Mackie and Sally Haynes have been excellent drama commissioners for the channel. Who will get the job at ITV? Could they be looking at the BBC's Ben Stephenson?

RobbieSykes123 22-01-2013 14:04

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Originally Posted by Servalan (Post 63767556)

A "drama renaissance" at ITV?

If a Martin Clunes drama getting 1.6m, other trailed offerings getting 2-4m, Downton starting to get some critical stick and only just getting into the top 10 shows over Christmas, and now Selfridge being met with indifference and signs of a slump in viewers, is a rebirth then I don't know what a dying department would entail!

RobbieSykes123 22-01-2013 14:05

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Originally Posted by Score (Post 63767668)
Lewis part 1 was 8.2m only with +1 - without it was 7.75m so the drop wasn't much at all.

Ah.

This +1 business and use of differing reporting methodologies has certainly caused some confusion, and it is very hard to get the right figures sticking in ones mind!

bargepole 22-01-2013 14:25

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Originally Posted by RobbieSykes123 (Post 63767838)
A "drama renaissance" at ITV? ...

For me, any ITV dramas would have to be significantly better than those on BBC, to tolerate the constant interruptions with chav-focused adverts every 20 minutes or so.

Here's an idea: why not get viewers to pay a monthly subscription, say about 12 or so, to have a channel that is free of adverts. Oh hang on ...

SamuelW 22-01-2013 14:28

Itv drama people probably got pushed out by bosses at the corporation after how poor their New dramas rated in the last 12months. There has been no renaissance, Itv drama is in bad state.

jake lyle 22-01-2013 14:48

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Originally Posted by SamuelW (Post 63768394)
Itv drama people probably got pushed out by bosses at the corporation after how poor their New dramas rated in the last 12months. There has been no renaissance, Itv drama is in bad state.

Are you joking? How quickly people forget. Before they took over ITV was airing the likes of The Palace, Britannia High, Rock Rivals and tired old stuff like Bad girls.
ITV drama is in a far stronger place than when they took over.

AlexiR 22-01-2013 15:05

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Originally Posted by jake lyle (Post 63768819)
Are you joking? How quickly people forget. Before they took over ITV was airing the likes of The Palace, Britannia High, Rock Rivals and tired old stuff like Bad girls.
ITV drama is in a far stronger place than when they took over.

Indeed. Its fair to say ITV Drama isn't perfect and there's still some work that needs to be done but its certainly much improved on what it was. The greatest achievement has been the overall repairing of the ITV drama brand. Not everything they've done has been a hit (or good) but they've had more than a few key commercial and critical successes.

Brekkie 22-01-2013 15:25

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Originally Posted by RobbieSykes123 (Post 63767622)
Dancc - polite request - could you possibly post the +1 figures in brackets so everyone is happy and we can see the figures according to our preferred methodology. I know its your prerogative being the poster of the figures, but not posting the first airing figures and using phrases like "ITV Total" seems deliberately designed to inflame.

It's only really you who has a major issue with +1 - and if someone like Dancc takes the effort to post the ratings and opts not to split them you are still free to post the split down version.

And looking ahead a week but a bit of a wildcard at 9pm next Monday with BBC3 airing Prince Harry in Afghanistan.

Servalan 22-01-2013 15:27

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Originally Posted by jake lyle (Post 63768819)
Are you joking? How quickly people forget. Before they took over ITV was airing the likes of The Palace, Britannia High, Rock Rivals and tired old stuff like Bad girls.
ITV drama is in a far stronger place than when they took over.

Sorry - your memory is playing tricks on you. Mackie and Haynes were at ITV when The Palace, Rock Rivals, Whistleblowers, Harley Street and many other duds were commissioned.

They've revived the channel's drama fortunes in part since then but at the expense of any originality - their hits are either carbon copies of other shows or linked to existing franchises. It's been enough to spin a PR line about 'a drama rennaissance' - but that's not strictly true ... and for every hit there have been many more flops. They certainly haven't got the channel back to where it used to be, churning out one drama smash after another and flattening the opposition. And yes, I know viewing habits have changed and there are more channels than there used to be - but a major hit is still a major hit, and ITV has nothing like as many in drama as it used to have.


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