Digital Spy

Search Digital Spy
 

DS Forums

 
 

The Ratings Thread (Part 44)


Closed Thread
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Old 22-01-2013, 10:47
Jingle_James
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2012
Posts: 55
It's a dark storyline - even for Hollyoaks - the show is finally referring to form.....
It was a tad intense for a 6:30 timeslot, but it was made well though.

This is something they could clearly go crazy with after the watershed.
Jingle_James is offline  
Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement.
Old 22-01-2013, 10:50
Drifter
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 11,566
08/01/2012 PERFORMANCE: 8.70m (32.8%) exc +1, 9.00m (33.9%) inc +1
08/01/2012 SKATE OFF: 6.53m (24.0%), 6.73m (24.75%)
15/01/2012 PERFORMANCE: 7.71m (28.8%), 7.90m (29.5%)
15/01/2012 SKATE OFF : 6.31m (23.5%), 6.54m (24.3%)
22/01/2012 PERFORMANCE: 7.11m (27.7%), 7.33m (28.5%)
22/01/2012 SKATE OFF: 5.90m (23.0%), 6.12m (23.85%)
Thanks for that Neil

So actually while it plummeted last year, it has actually remained consistent with the second episode this year with no noticeable fall for the main show. As a fan of the show, I'm aware that's straw clutching, but it's something positive Don't know how likely it is to go back above 7 million though...
Drifter is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 10:51
i4u
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2006
Posts: 22,759
2.13m live, 423k (new record) on +1.
Not sure how people are saying this series of CBB is on the up when the ratings are lower than last year.

The equivalent highlights last year is recorded as having been 2.43m, 370K +1.

ie a drop of about 10% from 2.8m to 2.55m ?

Spoiler
i4u is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 10:54
cylon6
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 16,235
No major snow boosts again this time then, apart from arguably The Chase (which still seemed to be gradually peaking over time anyway). Think this sort of thing must only happen when it's blanket snow across the UK, like back in 2010. At the moment when it happens in one place, another is fine.

Corrie is impressive but it's a January Monday and that was a massive storyline. Probably would have reached those levels regardless of weather.

Everything else almost as expected. Can't see Emmerdale getting any officials over 9 this year unless it already has. Depends what's happening at the end of the year..
The One O'Clock News got a snow boost as well. 4m watched it yesterday! And Father Brown over 2m again.
cylon6 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:00
Roscoe Barnes
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Jun 2005
Posts: 4,479
Corrie full-slot averages were 9.6m and 9.7m excluding +1.

Factoring out the ad break and the early finish the averages were 10.2m and 10.6m (again exc +1).
Roscoe Barnes is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:05
Dancc
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 45,456
Not sure how people are saying this series of CBB is on the up when the ratings are lower than last year.

The equivalent highlights last year is recorded as having been 2.43m, 370K +1.

ie a drop of about 10% from 2.8m to 2.55m ?

Spoiler
LOL. You can't just pick and choose one show that happens to be down and then suggest the whole series is down. That episode was a pretty major one in the last series (Denise Welch getting herself into a bit of bother with the twins) and it had less competition than the show did last night. If you take the average, it is indeed up, albeit not by a great amount at the moment. More people seem to be recording it as well if you look at the official ratings on the BARB website. By the series' end it could be a fair bit up, but a lot depends on how the final rates.
Dancc is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:11
OswaldBar
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Jan 2013
Posts: 52
I love an obscure ratings query !

Playing The Field: 6k (0.03%)

Maybe people are recording it?
HaHa!! Yes maybe so!! Thanks all the same for satisfying my obscure request!! New to all this you see!!!
OswaldBar is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:33
RobbieSykes123
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 11,588
Any ratings for Playing The Field? It's currently being repeated on CBS Drama. (Was on last night) Used to love this series back in the day.
it used to get 9m at it's peak but I'm not sure it sustained those numbers, or that it ever won its slot - in those days 9m wasn't fantastic, but about as good as it got for bbc1 drama during the week
RobbieSykes123 is offline Follow this poster on Twitter  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:44
Zac Quinn
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Ormskirk, Lancashire
Posts: 4,108
Bake Off 3.82m - knocks Miranda to 6.39m and Lewis to 5.9m

Nice one BSI. You absolute friggin muppets!

MBB also down, at 7.00m
Dont worry, overnights are irrelevant. All will timeshift fine
Miranda will probably get an extra 2 million on timeshift for the second special guest alone..
Zac Quinn is offline Follow this poster on Twitter  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:46
Ice dragon1
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2012
Posts: 13,394
Looks like the heavy snow in the north gave ITV the bigger boost. (Highest overnight of the year so far for the 2nd Corrie. 1.5m more than EastEnders. Highest ever rating for The Chase)

Did Jeremy Kyle break 2m?
See I would of thought corri would have been some what higher with the snow an al. Stil not taking nothing away it did wel
Ice dragon1 is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:47
jake lyle
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2010
Posts: 5,253
Thanks for that Neil

So actually while it plummeted last year, it has actually remained consistent with the second episode this year with no noticeable fall for the main show. As a fan of the show, I'm aware that's straw clutching, but it's something positive Don't know how likely it is to go back above 7 million though...
It isn't. Last year's DOI performance shows were 45 minutes longer and clashed with Midwife from ep 2.

, it has actually remained consistent with the second episode this year with no noticeable fall for the main show....
Ep2 was down 500k and ep3 was also down despite the snow, no midwife clash and a much shorter show,
jake lyle is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:54
derek500
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 17,903
Anyone got full consolidated figures for the first Lewis two parter? Wonder if enough held part one over to watch in one go, to give the second episode a lift?
derek500 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 11:56
Dancc
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 45,456
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%)
Dancc is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:00
cylon6
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 16,235
Anyone got full consolidated figures for the first Lewis two parter? Wonder if enough held part one over to watch in one go, to give the second episode a lift?
If viewers held part 1 over to watch with part 2, then the first part would really suffer as they didn't watch it within 7 days for the BARB ratings.
cylon6 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:03
derek500
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 17,903
If viewers held part 1 over to watch with part 2, then the first part would really suffer as they didn't watch it within 7 days for the BARB ratings.
Exactly. So part two could/should be higher.
derek500 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:12
Dancc
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 45,456
Will ITV2's US sitcoms last the distance in that slot with those numbers? Up All Night in particular looks really low with just 0.5% share of the audience compared to the ITV2 average share of 2.5%.

On a completely different note, great rating for Dispatches yesterday.
Dancc is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:21
cylon6
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2005
Posts: 16,235
Exactly. So part two could/should be higher.
Official ratings for Monday 14th January

8.09m for Lewis including +1.

Mrs Brown's Boys had 9.66m adding over 2m to its overnight and Miranda had 8.88m.
cylon6 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:31
Brekkie
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Cymru
Posts: 12,580
Bit On The Side handled it superbly well and exposed it for the non-issue that it really is. Two rehearsals, on site, with a producer accompanying him, and no non-rehearsal related contact allowed. That was it. The Great Big Cover Up has bored me to death today. But tomorrow is a new day and the show will go on, even if I don't make it.

P.S. Apparently it was first revealed in Star Magazine - a Richard Desmond publication - last week. Oops! Not such a big cover up after all.
If you were a fan of the show rather than a fan of the channel you would understand why it certainly isn't a "non-issue".

But then it gets lost amid all the other Comic Relief programming, and doesn't seem as special as it does out on its own. The fact it's for Comic Relief is peripheral to the show, the fact is it's a special edition of a big show.
I'd argue the opposite - unless BBC1 have a big nightly Comic Relief show we don't know about yet it's just getting lost in the BBC2 schedules, while if they waited for Red Nose Day to be officially launched (usually early Feb) it would get much more promotion behind it and attract people who don't watch the Bake Off but will watch things tagged Comic Relief.


Impressive for My Mad Fat Diary considering the only adverts I saw for that rush repeat was the usual "what's on tonight on E4" trailers.
It wasn't a repeat - it was episode 2, and sub-400,000 is very poor, even by Skins Series 6 standards. I think it's getting lower than what Beaver Falls did last year, and that got axed.
Brekkie is offline Follow this poster on Twitter  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:37
Drifter
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2002
Posts: 11,566
It isn't. Last year's DOI performance shows were 45 minutes longer and clashed with Midwife from ep 2.

Ep2 was down 500k and ep3 was also down despite the snow, no midwife clash and a much shorter show,
Down by the most tiny amount, weren't they basically both a couple of thousand under 7 million? I don't really see that as a drop. We'll see what the officials bring for the most recent one, it might timeshift less but we don't know that yet.

And yes it was longer last year, but the point is the drops across the first three episodes were noticeable. With this series the third episode dropped by almost nothing on last week. And the snow affected nothing on Sunday as we've seen.

It's that first 15 minutes bringing down the average massively so far, the news rating high and then going straight into Blandings.
Drifter is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:38
Dancc
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Dec 2004
Posts: 45,456
If you were a fan of the show rather than a fan of the channel you would understand why it certainly isn't a "non-issue".
Eh? I've watched BB and CBB pretty much since the start and it's a total non-issue for me for the reasons I explained in detail yesterday. Anyway, I'm in a great mood after last night's super numbers. Don't spoil it. You know how I feel and I know how you feel and there's nothing more to say.
Dancc is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:46
ChrisE
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: North Somerset
Posts: 1,462
Good to see this.

23:05 Blandings: 1.09m (10.6%)
ChrisE is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:47
Mike Teevee
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: durty sarf london
Posts: 12,797
Will ITV2's US sitcoms last the distance in that slot with those numbers? Up All Night in particular looks really low with just 0.5% share of the audience compared to the ITV2 average share of 2.5%.

On a completely different note, great rating for Dispatches yesterday.
I hope so, I happen to like both of them
Mike Teevee is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:48
derek500
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Feb 2002
Posts: 17,903
Official ratings for Monday 14th January

8.09m for Lewis including +1.
Thanks. What about he first episode on the 7th? No HD or +1 this week on BARB.
derek500 is online now  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:48
Joe40
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Oct 2010
Posts: 1,436
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.
Joe40 is offline  
Old 22-01-2013, 12:49
Mike Teevee
Forum Member
 
Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: durty sarf london
Posts: 12,797
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.
could be worse, they could be showing the opening 10 mins of Death Wish 2
Mike Teevee is offline  
 
Closed Thread



Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search

 
Forum Jump


All times are GMT. The time now is 20:05.