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Old 22-06-2013, 15:28
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As the title states.

Series Averages
Series 1 (2004) - 6.45m (May to July)
Series 2 (2004) - 8.61m (October to December)
Series 3 (2005) - 8.28m
Series 4 (2006) - 8.55m
Series 5 (2007) - 8.88m
Series 6 (2008) - 9.53m
Series 7 (2009) - 9.35m
Series 8 (2010) - 11.07m
Series 9 (2011) - 10.97m
Series 10 (2012) - 10.80m
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Old 20-07-2013, 17:22
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OVERNIGHT RATINGS
Below are overnight ratings from all the episodes of Strictly ever. 'Live' or 'Overnight' data is produced the next day from the previous day's transmission. It does not include ‘time-shift’ viewers. Overnight ratings are the type of ratings most often reported in the media. How will series 11 compare in the ratings?

Series 1 (Spring/Summer 2004)
Launch show: 4.5m (32.2%)
Live show 1: 5.6m (36.9%)
Live show 2: N/A
Live show 3: N/A
Live show 4: N/A
Live show 5: N/A
Live show 6: N/A
Final (19:00): 7.8m (43%), *peak: 9.7m (51%)
Final (20:50): 8.9m (43%), *peak: 9.7m (46%)

Series 2 (Autumn/Winter 2004)
Live show 1: 6.1m (28.3%), *peak: 7.2m (31.8%)
Live show 1 Results: 7.5m
Live show 2: 6.95m (34.2%), *peak: 7.95m (37.8%)
Live show 2 Results: 7.85m (36.8%), *peak: 8.21m (37.8%)
Live show 3: 6.9m (32.2%)
Live show 3 Results: 8.3m (37.5%)
Live show 4: 8.4m (38.7%), *peak: 9.4m (42%)
Live show 4 Results: N/A
Live show 5: 8.2m (30%)
Live show 5 Results: 8.9m (38%)
Live show 6: 7.7m (35%)
Live show 6 Results: 8.3m (36%)
Live show 7: 8.1m (27%), *peak: 9.3m (41%)
Live show 7 Results: 8.1m (34%)

Final: 9m (39%), *peak: 10m (42%)
Final Results: 10.6m (44%), *peak: 11.5m (48%)

Series 3 (2005)
Live show 1: 6.9m (32.8%), *peak: 8.6m (39.4%)
Live show 1 Results: 8.6m (39.4%)
Live show 2: 7.03m (32.5%), *peak: 8m (35.2%)
Live show 2 Results: 6.9m (29.4%)
Live show 3: 7.6m (34%), *peak: 8.4m (37%)
Live show 3 Results: 8.4m (37%)
Live show 4: 7.8m (38.5%)
Live show 4 Results: 6.96m (31.5%)
Live show 5: 9.11m (39.2%), *peak: 9.7m (40.2%)
Live show 5 Results: 8.03m (34%)
Live show 6: 8.88m (37.9%)
Live show 6 Results: 7.91m (32.3%)
Live show 7: 9.1m (38.8%), *peak: 10.9m (46.7%)
Live show 7 Results: 7.3m (30.9%)
Live show 8: 9.57m (40.9%)
Live show 8 Results: 6.62m (27.7%)
Live show 9: 9.4m (41.3%)
Live show 9 Results: 8.9m (38%)

Final: 10.4m (41.5%)
Final Result: 10m (37.9%), *peak: 11.4m (45%)

Series 4 (2006)
Live show 1: 8.8m
Live show 1 Results: N/A
Live show 2: 6.5m (32.7%)
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Quarter final: 9m (43.4%)
Quarter final results: 9.8m (42.4%)
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Final:
Final results:

Series 5 (2007)
Launch show: 4.71m (25.8%)

Live show 1: 7.4m (35.8%)
Live show 1 Results: 6.8m (29.2%)
Live show 2: 8.2m (39.6%)
Live show 2 Results: N/A
Live show 3: N/A
Live show 3 Results: 7.7m (35.9%), *peak: 8.8m (39.5%)
Live show 4: 7.9m (37.1%)
Live show 4 Results: N/A
Live show 5: 8.7m (41.7%)
Live show 5 Results: N/A
Live show 6: N/A
Live show 6 Results: N/A
Live show 7: 8.9m (40%)
Live show 7 Results: N/A
Live show 8: N/A
Live show 8 Results: 8.5m (34%)
Live show 9: N/A
Live show 9 Results: 8.6m (31.8%)
Live show 10: 10.1m (46.2%), *peak: 11.2m (48.7%)
Live show 10 Results: 9m (37.2%), *peak: 9.9m (42%)
Live show 11: 10.4m (45.4%), *peak: 10.9m (46.3%)
Live show 11 Results: 8.9m (35%), *peak: 9.5m (36.9%)

Final: 10.9m (47%), *peak: 12.1m (49.8%)
Final Result: 11.4m, *peak: 11.6m

Series 6 (2008)
Launch show: 6.03m (32.8%), *peak: 6.6m (33.2%)

Live show 1: 7.99m (42.7%), *peak: 9.61m (45.6%)
Live show 1 Results: 8.3m (33.7%)
Live show 2: 8.59m (40.6%), *peak: 9.4m (43%)
Live show 2 Results: 9.4m (43%), *peak: 8.5m (32.5%)
Live show 3: 9.22m (39.9%), *peak: 10.03m (42.9%)
Live show 3 Results: 8.36m (31.5%), *peak: 8.8m (32.7%)
Live show 4: 7.42m (34.6%), *peak: 8.88m (37.5%)
Live show 4 Results: 7.37m (26.6%)
Live show 5: 8.56m (37.1%)
Live show 5 Results: 9.03m (34.5%)
Live show 6: 9.27m (39.3%), *peak: 10.61m (44.4%)
Live show 6 Results: 9.69m (38.4%)
Live show 7: 9.36m (40%), *peak: 10.5m (41.8%)
Live show 7 Results: 8.5m (30.1%)
Live show 8: 9.61m (42.6%), *peak: 10.74m (46.3%)
Live show 8 Results: 8.76m (30.2%), *peak: 9.29m (31.5%)
Live show 9: 9.69m (42.4%), *peak: 10.86m (44.3%)
Live show 9 Results: 9.48m (32.8%)
Live show 10: 9.48m (32.8%), *peak: 11.74m (47.2%)
Live show 10 Results: 10.19m (35.5%)
Live show 11: 9.8m (41.7%), *peak: 11.17m (44.4%)
Live show 11 Results: 9.68m (33.6%)
Live show 12: 9.11m (39.5%), *peak: 10.18m (43.4%)
Live show 12 Results: 9.43m (32.5%)

Semi-final: 9.9m (41.2%)
Semi-final Results: 7.32m (28.3%)

Final: 11.58m (47.4%)
Final Result: 12.21m (49.7%), *peak: 13.26m (53.9%)

Series 7 (2009)
Live show 1: 8.44m (35.7%)
Live show 1 Results: 7.72m (32.9%), *peak: 8.68m (35.7%)
Live show 2: 7.59m (34%)
Live show 2 Results: 7.91m (33.2%)
Live show 3: 8.42m (33.9%), *peak: 9.7m (40.6%)
Live show 4: 8.03m (32.3%), *peak: 9.3m
Live show 5: 7.84m (30.6%), *peak: 8.6m (35.9%)
Live show 6: 8.42m (33.2%), *peak: 9.6m (38.5%)
Live show 7: 8.4m (36.6%), *peak: 9.5m (41.6%)
Live show 8: 8.68m (37.7%), *peak: 9.4m (40.9%)
Live show 9: 9.45m (36.5%), *peak: 10.9m (41.4%)
Live show 10: 8.93m (34.9%), *peak: 10.1m (40%)
Live show 11: 9m (36.2%), *peak: 10.4m (40.7%)
Live show 12: 8.93m (37.9%)
Live show 12 Results: 7.3m (31.2%), *peak: 8.1m (35.2%)

Semi-final: 8.1m (35.2%)
Semi-final results: 7.74m (31%)

Final: 10.05m (41.5%)
Final Results: 10.42m (42.3%), *peak: 11.9m (45.4%)

Series 8 (2010)
Launch show: 7.07m (37.5%), *peak: 8.02m (38.5%)

Live show 1: 9.05m (38.2%), *peak: 9.43m (39.8%)
Live show 2: 8.7m (41.6%)
Live show 3: 9.03m (41.1%)
Live show 3 Results: 9.18m (36%)
Live show 4: 9.29m (41.2%), *peak: 10.35m (42.1%)
Live show 4 Results: 9.25m (35.1%)
Live show 5: 9.61m (41.7%), *peak: 11.34m (45.1%)
Live show 5 Results: 9.86m (36.9%)
Live show 6: 10.36m (43.9%)
Live show 6 Results: 10.1m (38.8%)
Live show 7: 10.26m (44.0%), *peak: 11.44m (47.4%)
Live show 7 Results: 10.57m (38.0%)
Live show 8: 11.12m (45.8%)
Live show 8 Results: 10.55m (36.3%)
Live show 9: 11.35m (45.3%), *peak: 12.83m (48.7%)
Live show 9 Results: 11.07m (39.2%), *peak: 11.79m (40.75%)
Live show 10: 11.51m (43.3%), *peak: 12.79m (46.1%)
Live show 10 Results: 11.57m (40.4%)
Live show 11: 11.97m (45%), *peak: 13.44m (48.4%)
Live show 11 Results: 11.7m (40.1%)
Live show 12: 8.48m (33.4%)

Semi-final: 10.58m (43.1%), *peak: 11.31m (44.7%)
Semi-final Results: 11.58m (41.1%), *peak: 12.74m (44.1%)

Final: 12.97m (45.8%), *peak: 14.47m (50.7%)
Final Results: 13.08m (47.6%), *peak: 14.10m (51.7%)

Series 9 (2011)
Launch show: 7.62m (37.3%), *peak: 8.9m (41.5%)

Live show 1: 7.98m (33.1%), *peak: 8.36m (34.1%)
Live show 2: 7.5m (41%)
Live show 3: 8.68m (36.3%), *peak: 9.8m (40.1%)
Live show 3 Results: 9.76m (38.3%), *peak: 10.38m (39.51%)
Live show 4: 9.05m (39.2%), *peak: 10.1m
Live show 4 Results: 9.5m (37.3%), *peak: 10.38m (39.5%)
Live show 5: 9.45m (38.7%), *peak: 10.99m (43.6%)
Live show 5 Results: 9.65m (37.6%), *peak: 10.28m (38.8%)
Live show 6: 10.16m (42.7%), *peak: 11.5m (46.8%)
Live show 6 Results: 10.42m (39.2%), *peak: 10.91m (39.9%)
Live show 7: 9.2m (42.1%), *peak: 10.49m (46.6%)
Live show 7 Results: 10.69m (39.6%), *peak: 11.95m (43.2%)
Live show 8: 10.25m (40.7%), *peak: 11.78m (45.7%)
Live show 8 Results: 10.69m (38.9%), *peak: 11.29m (40%)
Live show 9: 11.35m (43.7%), *peak: 12.45m (45.8%)
Live show 9 Results: 10.99m (38.9%), *peak: 12.37m (42.9%)
Live show 10: 10.6m (42.2%), *peak: 11.65m (45.6%)
Live show 10 Results: 10.68m (39.7%) , *peak: 11.64m (42.2%)

Quarter-final: 10.33m (41.7%), *peak: 11.5m
Quarter-final results: 10.52m (37.8%), *peak: 11.13m (38.8%)

Semi-final: 10.96m (44.2%), *peak: 12.3m (47.5%)
Semi-final results: 10.89m (40%), *peak: 12.01m (42.4%)

Final: 12.18m (48.2%), *peak: 13.25m (51.4%)
Final Results: 11.93m (45.8%)

Series 10 (2012)
Launch show: 7.99m (40.2%), *peak: 9.8m (44.8%).

Live show 1: 8m (34%), *peak: 8.6m
Live show 2: 8.72m (40.7%), *peak: 10.1m (43.8%)
Live show 3: 9.91m (43.5%), *peak: 11.3m (46.0%)
Live show 3 Results: 8.05m (32.5%), *peak: 8.73m (33.9%)
Live show 4: 9.91m (44.2%), *peak: 11.3m (47.8%)
Live show 4 Results: 9.3m (36%), *peak: 10.3m (39%)
Live show 5: 9.55m (43.5%)
Live show 5 Results: 9.37m (36.4%), *peak: 10.08m (37.7%)
Live show 6: 9.96m (43.7%), *peak: 10.76m (46.4%)
Live show 6 Results: 9.62m (37.4%), *peak: 10.42m (39.2%)
Live show 7: 10.4m (42.6%), *peak: 11.6m (46.5%)
Live show 7 Results: 10.58m (40.7%)
Live show 8: 10.3m (43.9%), *peak: 11.4m (47.5%)
Live show 8 Results: 9.92m (36.2%), *peak: 10.27m (37.1%)
Live show 9: 10.32m (43.9%), *peak: 11.44m (47.1%)
Live show 9 Results: 10.05m (39.0%), *peak: 10.63m (40.2%)
Live show 10: 9.89m (41.7%), *peak: 11.05m (44.9%)
Live show 10 Results: 9.31m (34%), *peak: 10m (35.2%)
Live show 11: 10.75m (45.3%), *peak: 12.19m (49.0%)
Live show 11 Results: 9.94m (37.%), *peak: 10.9m (40.3%)
Live show 12: 10.36m (43.8%), *peak: 11.28m (45.7%)
Live show 12 Results: 10.73m (42.5%), *peak: 12.07m (46.0%)

Final: 12.35m (49.1%), *peak: 13.97m (53.1%)
Final Results: 12.11m (46.4%), *peak: 13.43m (50.8%)

The amount of time it took me to put this together

Sorry if it looks a bit messy in bits but I used all the data I could find (meaning I couldn't find many data for 2006).
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Old 20-07-2013, 19:40
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I take issue with line 973 and therefore have no faith in any other of your statistics. Would you check it all again please.

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Old 21-07-2013, 10:21
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I take issue with line 973 and therefore have no faith in any other of your statistics. Would you check it all again please.

They are genuine, trust me.
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Old 22-07-2013, 15:22
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Interesting statistics - thanks for putting them all together.

I would have liked all the ratings for 2006 though as that was the series I started watching - I'm sure that must have had a massive impact on the ratings
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Old 25-07-2013, 11:25
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I would have liked all the ratings for 2006 though as that was the series I started watching - I'm sure that must have had a massive impact on the ratings
The ratings for the final that year:

10.5m (47.9%), *peak: 11.5m (50.7%)
11.7m (46.8%), *peak: 12.3m (49.3%)
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Old 25-07-2013, 11:41
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The ratings for the final that year:

10.5m (47.9%), *peak: 11.5m (50.7%)
11.7m (46.8%), *peak: 12.3m (49.3%)
Thanks for finding those final ratings for 2006
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Old 11-08-2013, 10:28
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A bit of talk on here as to if the 'Brucie bonus' will boost ratings, well, will it?
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Old 11-08-2013, 13:18
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Thanks for all your work on this Hassaan13, those stats are very interesting to see. Amazing that series 8 was overall the most successful. That was the year of the John Sergeant controversy if I remember rightly. Also I always consider the first 6 seasons the "golden age" of the series, but the ratings don't bear that out.

Arlene leaving after season 6 didn't have much detrimental impact at all and there was a lot of controversy over several seasons thereafter with the voting fiasco, Anton's alleged racist comments and the BBC allegedly moving the show to deprive X-Factor of viewers. But it seems controversy was no bad thing for the show.

Question is can they keep the ratings so high. I feel that so long as they don't mess with the format and schedule too much and so long as they get good celebrities they will be on another winner this year.

Re Brucie, i think he annoys the hell out of a lot of people and he is definitely getting somewhat past it. But against that I also believe he is a genuine ratings winner because some people have grown up with him and almost perceive him as family. I think this outweighs, by far, the effect that he has on those who just want to fast forward through his routines. My guess is that the BBC know this only too well and that is why he is still here this season despite some pretty awful nails on blackboard moments last year.
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Old 13-08-2013, 16:29
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Thanks for all your work on this Hassaan13, those stats are very interesting to see. Amazing that series 8 was overall the most successful. That was the year of the John Sergeant controversy if I remember rightly. Also I always consider the first 6 seasons the "golden age" of the series, but the ratings don't bear that out.
I think the latter part of series 8 was partially helped by the snow. Meant more people were in to watch the show.

Also, it had Harry Hill having his take on it every other week which may have gotten more people interested (more so than 2011 as he seemed to have run out of material then).

I wonder if ITV will risk having Strictly clash with X Factor? I think it would be nice for both shows to rate well this year (like 2010).
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Old 22-08-2013, 14:30
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Looks like it'll end up facing Stepping Out on launch night, what kind of ratings do you think it'll get?
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Old 22-08-2013, 17:26
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Thanks for all your work on this Hassaan13, those stats are very interesting to see. Amazing that series 8 was overall the most successful. That was the year of the John Sergeant controversy if I remember rightly. Also I always consider the first 6 seasons the "golden age" of the series, but the ratings don't bear that out.

Arlene leaving after season 6 didn't have much detrimental impact at all and there was a lot of controversy over several seasons thereafter with the voting fiasco, Anton's alleged racist comments and the BBC allegedly moving the show to deprive X-Factor of viewers. But it seems controversy was no bad thing for the show.

Question is can they keep the ratings so high. I feel that so long as they don't mess with the format and schedule too much and so long as they get good celebrities they will be on another winner this year.

Re Brucie, i think he annoys the hell out of a lot of people and he is definitely getting somewhat past it. But against that I also believe he is a genuine ratings winner because some people have grown up with him and almost perceive him as family. I think this outweighs, by far, the effect that he has on those who just want to fast forward through his routines. My guess is that the BBC know this only too well and that is why he is still here this season despite some pretty awful nails on blackboard moments last year.

My thoughts exactly, I concur
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Old 24-08-2013, 22:36
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Thanks for all your work on this Hassaan13, those stats are very interesting to see. Amazing that series 8 was overall the most successful. That was the year of the John Sergeant controversy if I remember rightly. Also I always consider the first 6 seasons the "golden age" of the series, but the ratings don't bear that out.
Series 8 was the year that Kara Tointon won. Ann Widdicombe, not John Sergeant, was the comedy draw that year. Sergeant was in Series 6 in 2008.
Ultimate Strictly has all the stats about the series and the breakdown about who was in which individual programme.
Interesting that last year wasn't actually the highest ratings on average since that is what was said at the time.
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Old 24-08-2013, 22:56
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Interesting that last year wasn't actually the highest ratings on average since that is what was said at the time.
I don't think that was ever claimed - it was just that that was the year where it simply blew X Factor away, beating it in the overnights every single week. 2010 had higher ratings principally because of the Big Freeze but never once managed to top the X Factor, which was hitting gargantuan numbers at the time. Strictly towering over Simon Cowell was a bigger news story than the actual ratings in comparison to previous years.
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Old 24-08-2013, 23:13
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I don't think that was ever claimed - it was just that that was the year where it simply blew X Factor away, beating it in the overnights every single week. 2010 had higher ratings principally because of the Big Freeze but never once managed to top the X Factor, which was hitting gargantuan numbers at the time. Strictly towering over Simon Cowell was a bigger news story than the actual ratings in comparison to previous years.
Yes, you're right. Maybe it just seemed like it because the media went on about Strictly beating X Factor in the ratings.
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Old 26-08-2013, 09:57
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Last year's series averaged 9.98m (40.8%) in the overnights. 10.80m in the official figures - both exclude the Christmas special and the launch show.

2011 averaged 10.14m (40.3%) in the overnights, and 10.97m in the officials. Wasn't too far off 2010 which averaged 11.07m in the officials.

So share wise, it looks like it did better last year. I think the claims of 'highest ratings ever' or 'highest since 2010' came just because the final last year rated better than 2011, and it's Sunday pre-recorded results shows actually began to beat X Factor's Sunday LIVE results show but some of the Saturday ratings weren't topped.

It overlapped with X Factor quite often in 2008, though didn't come to beating it much. It only beat it once that year, when X Factor was still in the bootcamp stage.

It's been said that an extra celebrity will be joining the line-up this year, making 15. The launch may be brought back a week or two.
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Old 27-08-2013, 18:31
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A 10-minute overlap for Strictly & X Factor, already!

The schedules for Saturday 7th September show the following:

BBC One
18:05 - Pointless Celebrities
19:00 - Strictly Come Dancing
20:10 - National Lottery: Break the Safe

ITV
18:30 - Stepping Out
20:00 - X Factor

Strictly may end up damaging Stepping Out more, however.
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Old 01-09-2013, 10:41
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What ratings do you think it'll get next week?
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Old 07-09-2013, 08:13
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Probably a good time to bump this up now. Predictions for tonight?
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Old 07-09-2013, 11:18
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8 million is my guess
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Old 07-09-2013, 11:43
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I hope for more then X Factor. Maybe over 10 million because it got those numbers last year.
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Old 07-09-2013, 13:35
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I hope for more then X Factor. Maybe over 10 million because it got those numbers last year.
Not for the launch show.
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Old 07-09-2013, 14:37
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For the launch show a figure around 7.5m would be good.
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Old 07-09-2013, 14:44
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I think the launch show will be a little lower this year - still around 7.5m though
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Old 07-09-2013, 14:55
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People may wait till the real show starts, the sun is shining (here at least) and the rest of BBC's Saturday night is weak at the moment so I think it will be down. I just hope it isn't at a level where people can claim the ITV dancing show has dented it, because I don't think that would be fair. I think it's going to be a good series this year, with an interesting line-up but I don't see anyone there who will bring in high ratings by bringing in people who don't normally watch the show.
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