Ratings

Ratings Chart: Week Ending 07/12/12

Welcome once again to another week of ratings goodness.

1 [1] Strictly Come Dancing (Sat, BBC1)
High scores for Louis, Dani and Kimberly saw the dance contest really heat up as Michael’s time on the show finally came to an end.

2 [2] I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (Sat, ITV1)
A winner was crowned with Eastenders‘ Charlie Brooks beating out Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts in a very mediocre final episode.

3 [3] The X-Factor (Sun, ITV1)
The semi-final results show predictably saw Union J eliminated and Christopher Maloney march his way into the final despite being one of the most hated contestants in recent memory.

4 [5] Last Tango in Halifax (Tues, BBC1)
Viewers continue to flood in for this charming romantic drama as Alan and Celia continue to fall in love all over again while their respective families deal with all manner of issues.

5 [6] The Secret of Crickley Hall (Sun, BBC1)
The final episode of this spooky Sunday night drama goes out on a high with viewers tuning in to see the startling conclusion of the show.

6 [4] Merlin (Sat, BBC)
Merlin slips a couple of spots this week due to the influx of new popular British drama.

7 [Re] Who Do You Think You Are (Wed, BBC1)
Interestingly this episode of the genealogy programme featuring John Bishop is one of the best performing instalments of the whole series despite the fact that it had been delayed due to a scheduling clash.

8 [7] Have Got News for You (Fri, BBC1)
A rather average episode of the satirical news quiz featuring David Mitchell as host and Janet Street-Porter on the panel.

9 [New] The Town (Wed, ITV1)
THE+TOWN Ratings Chart: Week Ending 07/12/12
ITV seem to be on a role with their drama output and this latest effort featuring Sherlock’s Andrew Scott is yet another jewel in their crown.

10 [New] Steppin’ Out with Katherine Jenkins (Sun, ITV1)
After recently stealing the show on Dancing with the Stars Katherine Jenkins presented this one-off combination of singing and dance routines and got a fairly large number of viewers to tune in.

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