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Old 16-02-2013, 10:37
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That share must be a mistake.
It's a TVR figure - EastEnders' share was 31.6%.

How did the game shows do?
All figures exc +1.

15:15 - Perfection: 1.12m (14.2%)
17:15 - Pointless: 3.58m (22.0%)

14:40 - Countdown: 415k (5.8%)
15:40 - Face the Clock: 229k (2.8%)
16:00 - Deal or No Deal: 996k (9.1%)

16:00 - Tipping Point: 2.15m (19.7%)
17:00 - The Chase: 3.30m (21.3%)
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:38
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That share must be a mistake.

How did the game shows do?
I was going to say that to. Am guessing someone haven't checked thief figures properly
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:40
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Face the Clock;s ratings really bad.
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:41
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I'm getting there...

BBC One
19:00 - The One Show: 4.40m (20.9%)
19:30 - A Question of Sport (r): 3.31m (14.8%)
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20:30 - Room 101: 3.54m (14.7%)
21:00 - New Tricks (r): 4.02m (17.95%)
22:00 - BBC News at Ten: 4.69m (23.4%)
22:25 - Regional News: 4.61m (25.2)
22:40 - The Graham Norton Show: 3.48m (24.7%)
23:25 - FILM: Tropic Thunder: 913k (12.7%)
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:42
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15:15 - Perfection: 1.12m (14.2%)
17:15 - Pointless: 3.58m (22.0%)

14:40 - Countdown: 415k (5.8%)
15:40 - Face the Clock: 229k (2.8%)
16:00 - Deal or No Deal: 996k (9.1%)

16:00 - Tipping Point: 2.15m (19.7%)
17:00 - The Chase: 3.30m (21.3%)
Tipping Point is actually doing pretty well in the 4pm slot, not many are realising this. Face the Clock is doing terribly though, Countdown is around where I expect, and DOND, well it's just past it.
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:42
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21:00 - New Tricks (r): 4.02m (17.95%)
What the chance it beats Great Night Out on ITV?

Very close i'd imagine.
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:50
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Room 101 - 3,535,517 (14.7%)
New Tricks - 4,016,683 (18%)
Sea City - 1,636,967 (6.8%)
Monty Don's French Gardens - 1,462,750 (6.5%)
QI - 1,523,633 (7.7%)
Great Night Out - 3,425,133 (15.3%) +1 184,500 (1.02%)
Gypsy Weddings - 900,727 (3.8%) +1 232,500 (1.04%)
8 Out of 10 Cats - 1,539,067 (6.8%) +1 232,900 (1.18%)
The Last Leg - 1,084,211 (5.1%) +1 112,300 (0.76%)
Paddy's TV Guide - 548,388 (3.4%) +1 102,700 (1.13%)
Ice Road Truckers - 1,127,864 (4.8%) +1 156,800 (0.7%)
The Losers - 903,765 (4.5% )
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:51
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Face the Clock will take another plunge next week as it is shoved back to 14:15 to make room for Phil Spencer's () new gameshow.

ITV
20:00 - Wild Britain with Ray Mears: 3.06m (13.3%)
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21:00 - LAST IN SERIES: Great Night Out: 3.43m (15.3%), inc +1: 3.61m (16.1%)
22:00 - News at Ten, Regional News: 2.08m (10.8%)
22:40 - FILM: The Last Boy Scout: 888k (8.4%)
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:51
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Great Night Out - 3,425,133 (15.3%) +1 184,500 (1.02%)
So it is increasing week-on-week. I wonder what Samuel will say
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:52
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Face the Clock will take another plunge next week as it is shoved back to 14:15 to make room for Phil Spencer's () new gameshow.
It is half-term so it should get around the same it's getting now
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Old 16-02-2013, 10:56
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Strange half term for the UK. We've just finished ours but London and other parts of the country are due to start this week. This surely should affect ratings shouldn't it?
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Old 16-02-2013, 11:02
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So it is increasing week-on-week. I wonder what Samuel will say
Yes okay, it did well to increase its rating again. BUT it still got beaten by a repeat and is 3.4million good enough for a second series?
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Old 16-02-2013, 11:03
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Yes okay, it did well to increase its rating again. BUT it still got beaten by a repeat and is 3.4million good enough for a second series?
If it does well in a repeat run.
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Old 16-02-2013, 11:24
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Quite an odd trajectory for Great Night Out throughout the series, with a bit of a rally in the past few weeks. I would say recommission it, and give it a repeat run for the Summer.

You could argue that they could put repeats of it on after The X Factor on Saturday's, where all you would tend to find is the news on occasions. I wouldn't promote it as a repeat, just see how many stick with the repeat run, if it even managed to get 1m/1.5m, that could be 1m 'new' viewers on top of 3.5m.
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Old 16-02-2013, 11:48
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I'd say it should be recomissioned. It's a fresh show and not just another crime drama, so adds variety to ITV's stable of programmes, plus it is well received by those who watch it.

They should repeat it, either at 10:35 or at 10pm on a Saturday to pick up some new viewers.
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Old 16-02-2013, 11:58
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Great Night Out should return. A funny show that's on the wrong night.
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Old 16-02-2013, 12:32
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Great Night Out
Series 1 performance (exc / inc +1)

ep 1 (11/01/13): 3.41m (13.9%) / 3.75m (15.2%)
ep 2 (18/01/13): 2.95m (11.5%) / 3.21m (12.4%)
ep 3 (25/01/13): 2.57m (10.5%) / 2.80m (11.4%)
ep 4 (01/02/13): 3.01m (13.3%) / 3.22m (14.2%)
ep 5 (08/02/13): 3.23m (14.1%) / 3.42m (15.0%)
ep 6 (15/02/13): 3.43m (15.3%) / 3.61m (16.1%)

Series average: 3.10m (13.1%) / 3.34m (14.1%)

Episode 3 took a knock from the CBB final but otherwise it actually grew steadily after the inevitable dip for episode 2 which nearly all new shows suffer, and it finished on a series high if you exclude +1. I think the signs are good enough for a recommission, just about.
EDIT: the demos will decide it, of course. If I can manage it, I'll find some demo ratings.
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Old 16-02-2013, 12:42
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I think it should be recomissioned, I wonder if it could be reworked as a half an hour sitcom and paired with another show like The Job Lot.
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Old 16-02-2013, 12:47
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What is the likely demo they would sell GNO on? Adults 16-34? Men 16-34? Not ABC1 Men I don't think.
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Old 16-02-2013, 12:49
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Great Night Out should return. A funny show that's on the wrong night.
I'm not sure where else it goes though, It's been propped up by Corrie so the only other night with a Corre lead-in is Mondays and i'm not sure giving a show that has posted underwhelming figures at best a Monday 9pm slot next January/February is wise considering ITV can get 5m+ overnights in that slot fairly easily. Otherwise, it airs later in the year when less people are watching TV or another night without a Corrie lead-in which both sound look troubled ground.
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Old 16-02-2013, 12:58
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What is the likely demo they would sell GNO on? Adults 16-34? Men 16-34? Not ABC1 Men I don't think.
For future series if there is any, probably Housewives with Children based on the demos it's been getting.
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Old 16-02-2013, 13:06
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I'm getting there...

BBC One
21:00 - New Tricks (r): 4.02m (17.95%)
Decent rating for the New Tricks repeat. Disappointing to be pumping these out in February, but I suppose it's just a holding slot until the comic relief documentarys/night.

Great Night Out
Series 1 performance (exc / inc +1)

ep 1 (11/01/13): 3.41m (13.9%) / 3.75m (15.2%)
ep 2 (18/01/13): 2.95m (11.5%) / 3.21m (12.4%)
ep 3 (25/01/13): 2.57m (10.5%) / 2.80m (11.4%)
ep 4 (01/02/13): 3.01m (13.3%) / 3.22m (14.2%)
ep 5 (08/02/13): 3.23m (14.1%) / 3.42m (15.0%)
ep 6 (15/02/13): 3.43m (15.3%) / 3.61m (16.1%)

Series average: 3.10m (13.1%) / 3.34m (14.1%)

Episode 3 took a knock from the CBB final but otherwise it actually grew steadily after the inevitable dip for episode 2 which nearly all new shows suffer, and it finished on a series high if you exclude +1. I think the signs are good enough for a recommission, just about.
EDIT: the demos will decide it, of course. If I can manage it, I'll find some demo ratings.
That's a promising tradjectory. It would be worth trying for a 2nd series to see if it can hold onto that audience and perhaps pick up new viewers from the repeat run on ITV's digital channels. Comedies do tend to pick up new viewers on repeat runs more than dramas I think. Especially as it's a young male targetted show, who likely wouldn't be watching ITV at 9pm on a Friday.

14:40 - Countdown: 415k (5.8%)
15:40 - Face the Clock: 229k (2.8%)
16:00 - Deal or No Deal: 996k (9.1%)
This schedule has gone badly wrong. Countdown should be restored to a later slot and hopefully it can regain back to 600k-700k, which whilst poor by Countdown's historical standards, is actually respectable for C4 daytime in general.

Emmerdale - 6,800,717 (32.17%) +1 132,500 (0.58%)
Coronation Street - 8,707,300 (38.38%) +1 269,400 (1.12%)
Coronation Street - 8,380,260 (34.54%) +1 223,500 (1.0%)
EastEnders - 7,262,067 (12.59%)

Figures include HD
How did the Beeb 3 Eastenders do please?
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Old 16-02-2013, 13:08
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Promos for shows coming up:

- Italy v Wales [BBC1]: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5uylsRWanEM
- Prisoner's Wives [BBC1]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5w2QEsxYYB0
- Wild Arabia [BBC2]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHRH4UEX6_I
- Broadchurch [Itv]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=przRpNraVOc
- Her Majesty's Prison: Aylesbury [Itv]: http://player.vimeo.com/video/59619122
- Lightfields [Itv]: http://player.vimeo.com/video/59410673
- 666 Park Avenue [Itv2]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-8NKEQCkYI
- The Only Way is Essex [Itv2]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3-UuoW96iA
- C4 Spring Drama: www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlym7llsCMc
- Shameless [C4]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ufwv3TG1Y9g
- The Fried Chicken Shop [C4]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbqJBfm6XGA
- Walking Wounded: Return to the Frontline [C4]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_tluqUMm8g
- CSI Crime Scene Investigation [C5]: http://www.channel5.com/shows/csi-cr...son-13-trailer
- Robson's Extreme Fishing Challenge [C5]: http://www.channel5.com/shows/robson...ries-2-trailer
- Shrinking My 17 Stone Legs [C5]: http://www.channel5.com/shows/extrao...e-legs-trailer
- Wale Adventure with Nigel Marven [C5]: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=017P2e1UTQI

I cant believe Channel4 are now doing a fixed camera documentary series in a fried chicken shop. Theyve now done these based on maternity ward, A&E, police station, ambulance services, club bouncers, gym, hotel, school, some others I cant remember and now a small chicken shop.
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Old 16-02-2013, 13:20
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For future series if there is any, probably Housewives with Children based on the demos it's been getting.
Thanks. That wouldn't have been the intended demo, I guess? ITV would probably have been hoping for lots of youngish males. I suppose at first, commercial broadcasters have to guess what demo a new programme is going to appeal to, taking into account the price they can charge for each one. Housewives with Kids is one of the cheaper ones, isn't it, as they're so easy to reach?

Great Night Out achieved the following overnight ratings among Housewives with Kids on average across its run (inc +1):

Audience of 491.5k, TVR of 7.4, share of 16.8%.
Compared with overall audience of 3.3m, TVR of 5.8, share of 14%.

So it didn't really set the world alight even in this demo.

(approx figures as I used the 21:00-22:00 timeslot here, and one of the episodes finished at 21:57, or 21:55 tape-checked)
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Old 16-02-2013, 13:25
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I really hope Great Night Out comes back. It's the type of show that ITV really should be showing more of.
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