Tuesday, 26 December 2017

Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time - Overnight UK Viewing Figures



The overnight UK viewing figures for last night's Doctor Who Christmas special, Twice Upon a Time, have been released.

The special had 5.66 million viewers and a share of 27.1% of the overall viewing audience. That's almost identical to last year's figure of 5.68 million, and stable from 2015's rating.

Doctor Who was sixth for the day, higher than last year (and also stronger than all of ITV's programming) in a tightly packed leaderboard:
  1. Mrs Brown's Boys - 6.80 million
  2. Strictly Come Dancing - 6.46 million
  3. Call the Midwife - 6.34 million
  4. EastEnders - 6.29 million
  5. The Queen - 5.93 million
  6. Doctor Who - 5.66 million
  7. Coronation Street - 5.07 million
  8. The Highway Rat - 4.02 million
  9. Emmerdale - 3.73 million
  10. Cinderella - 3.59 million
The consolidated viewing figures will be released next week.