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May 14th, 2017
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Oxygen was watched by an audience of 3.57 million viewers on BBC One last night, according to the initial overnight ratings.

The latest Series 10 episode achieved a 20% share of the total TV audience, making Doctor Who the fourth most watched programme of the day, behind Pointless Celebrities (3.58 million), the Eurovision Song Contest (6.73 million) and, as expected, Britain’s Got Talent (7.96 million). The final consolidated rating – including those who recorded it and watch in the next 7 days – will be released next week.

The void is waiting, and so is our discussion! Review the latest episode, Oxygen »

May 13th, 2017
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Thin Ice was watched by an official audience of 5.51 million viewers in the UK, the final BARB ratings have revealed.

The third episode of Series 10 – which aired on Saturday 29th April – was the 25th most watched programme of that week, and the 10th most watched on BBC One. Yet another considerable rise from its initial overnight of 3.76 million, the consolidated figure also accounts for those who recorded the episode and watched it within the first 7 days of its broadcast. The new series continues tonight in Oxygen.

The Landlord came a-callin’ in Knock Knock. Rate & Discuss the latest episode –>

May 7th, 2017
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Knock Knock was watched by an unofficial audience of 4.32 million on BBC One last night, according to the overnight ratings.

The latest episode – which guest starred David Suchet as the Landlord – had a 24.9% share of the total TV audience, making Doctor Who the second most watched programme of the day, once again behind Britain’s Got Talent (9.35 million) on ITV, and the most watched on BBC One.

Series 10 continues next Saturday in Oxygen.

The Landlord came a-callin’ in Knock Knock. Rate & Discuss the latest episode –>

May 6th, 2017
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Episode two of Series 10 – Smile – was watched by an official audience of 5.98 million viewers in the UK.

As expected, the consolidated figure is a substantial leap from its initial overnight rating of 4.25 million as it accounts for those who recorded the episode and watched it within the first 7 days of its transmission.

It places Doctor Who as the 23rd most watched programme of that week, and the 8th highest rated on BBC One. Series 10 continues tonight on BBC One in Knock Knock.

Get ready to delve beneath the Thin Ice to Rate & Discuss last week’s episode –>

April 30th, 2017
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Last night’s episode of Doctor Who, Thin Ice, was watched by an unofficial audience of 3.76 million on BBC One, according to the initial overnight ratings.

The figure makes Doctor Who the fourth most watched programme of the day, with a 20.4% share of the total TV audience. It was once again behind Britain’s Got Talent (8.27 million), All Round to Mrs Brown’s (4.74 million) and Casualty (3.90 million).

The final consolidated ratings will be released in 7 days.

Get ready to delve beneath the Thin Ice to Rate & Discuss this week’s episode –>

April 24th, 2017
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The Series 10 premiere was watched by an official audience of 6.68 million in the UK, the final BARB rating has revealed.

A considerable rise from its initial overnight of 4.64 million, the consolidated figure also accounts for viewers who recorded the episode and watched it within the first 7 days of its transmission. It places Doctor Who as the tenth most watched programme of the week, and makes The Pilot the show’s second lowest rated premiere since its revival, including the mid-series openers.

  1. Rose (Series 1, 2005) – 10.81 million
  2. The Eleventh Hour (Series 5, 2010) – 10.8 million
  3. Deep Breath (Series 8, 2014) – 9.17 million
  4. Partners in Crime (Series 4, 2008) – 9.1 million
  5. The Impossible Astronaut (Series 6: Part 1, 2011) – 8.86 million
  6. New Earth (Series 2, 2006) – 8.62 million
  7. The Bells of Saint John (Series 7: Part 2, 2012) – 8.44 million
  8. Asylum of the Daleks (Series 7: Part 1, 2012) – 8.33 million
  9. Smith and Jones (Series 3, 2007) – 8.20 million
  10. Let’s Kill Hitler (Series 6: Part 2, 2011) – 8.1 million
  11. The Pilot (Series 10, 2017) – 6.68 million
  12. The Magician’s Apprentice (Series 9, 2015) – 6.54 million

“Welcome to paradise!” Keep smiling as you Rate & Discuss this week’s episode »

April 23rd, 2017
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An unofficial audience of 4.25 million people tuned in for Smile last night, according to the overnight ratings.

With a 22.9% share of the total television audience, Doctor Who was the fourth most watched programme of the day, behind Britain’s Got Talent (9.21 million), All Round to Mrs Brown’s (5.03 million) and the FA Cup (5 million).

The final, consolidated rating will be released in a week.

Doctor Who continues next Saturday in Thin Ice.

“Welcome to paradise!” Keep smiling as you Rate & Discuss this week’s episode »

April 16th, 2017
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4.64 million people tuned in for the Series 10 premiere last night, according to the overnight ratings.

A 24.8% share of the total television audience were watching The Pilot on BBC One, which introduced Pearl Mackie as the new companion, Bill Potts.

Doctor Who was the second most watched programme of the day, behind the return of Britain’s Got Talent on ITV, which was seen by 8.65 million. The final viewing figure – which also adds those who recorded it  - will be released in 7 days.

“Doctor what?” Click here to Rate and Discuss the Series 10 premiere, The Pilot »

January 5th, 2017
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The final rating for last year’s Christmas Special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio, has been revealed.

The festive episode was watched by an official audience of 7.83 million viewers in the UK, giving the show its highest audience since 2014, when Last Christmas had 8.24 million.

Although it’s a leap from the overnight, Doctor Mysterio has become the second least watched Doctor Who Christmas Special, however it was the 8th biggest show of the week.

The seasonal adventure will be released on DVD & Blu-ray on 23rd January 2017.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Click to Rate and Discuss The Return of Doctor Mysterio!

December 26th, 2016
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An unofficial audience of 5.68 million viewers tuned in for The Return of Doctor Mysterio on BBC One last night, according to the initial overnight ratings.

The Doctor’s grand comeback had a 27.1% of the total television audience, making the festive episode the 7th most watched programme of Christmas Day on British TV.

The final, consolidated figure – which will add those who watch it within the first week of its transmission – will be released in 7 days.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Click to Rate and Discuss The Return of Doctor Mysterio!

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