The Pyramid At The End Of The World - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Sunday, 28 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
The Pyramid At The end Of The World: Xiaolian (Daphne Cheung), The Commander (Nigel Hastings), Secretary General (Togo Igawa), The Doctor (Peter Capaldi), Nardole (Matt Lucas) (Credit: BBC/BBC Worldwide (Simon Ridgway))Doctor Who - The Pyramid At The End Of The World had an overnight viewing audience of 4.01 million viewers, a share of 20.4% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial figures.

Top for BBC One for the day was the coverage of the FA Cup Final which preceeded the Doctor and had an average of 6.43 million watching. The football had a peak auience of 9.56 million.

Overall ITV's Britain's Got Talent was once more top for the day with 8.38 million watching, down slightly on the previous week. The Keith and Paddy Picture Show on ITV had 3.24 million watching while on BBC One Mrs Brown's Boys had 3.11 million.

Doctor Who is currently 31st for the week. Final figures should be available in 8 days time.




Oxygen - Official ratingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 22 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus


Official figures released by the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board or BARB, give Doctor Who - Oxygen an official rating of 5.27 million viewers.

The rating includes all those who recorded the programme and watched it within 7 days.

Doctor Who is the 26th most watched programme for the week, and 11th most watched on BBC One

The final rating is the lowest the series has achieved since Survival aired in 1989. The chart position though, is higher than that of many episodes in Series Nine.

Top for the week was Britain's Got Talent on ITV with 10.70 million watching. The main soaps again did well, with Coronation Street dominating the top of the chart. Other drama's with high numbers included Little Boy Blue with 7.35 million and Grantchester with 5.93 million.The Eurovision Song Contest averaged 6.89 million viewers.

Full list of Doctor Who Ratings




Extremis - AI:82Bookmark and Share

Monday, 22 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Extremis: Monk (Credit: BBC/BBC Worldwide (Simon Ridgway))
Doctor Who - Extremis had an Audience Appreciation or AI figure of 82

The Appreciation Index in an indication of how much viewers enjoyed the episode. It is based to the reactions of a selected panel of viewers, who rate the episode shortly after transmission.

82 is considered a good score, roughly similar to the scores achieved by the last series of the show,

The highest score for the evening on the two main channels was for Casualty, which scored 85.




Extremis - New ImagesBookmark and Share

Tuesday, 16 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
The BBC have released a number of new publicity images to promote this week's episode of Doctor Who, Extremis
Extremis

Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Daniel Nettheim

In the Haereticum - the Vatican’s secret library of blasphemy - there is an ancient book known only as The Veritas. Throughout history, anyone who has ever read it has immediately taken their own life. Now a new translation is online, and the danger is spreading. The Vatican appeals to the Doctor. Will he read The Veritas? But can even the Doctor survive the ultimate truth?
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This week BBC One will show Doctor Who slightly later than usual, at 7.25pm.

Main Broadcast Details
United KingdomBBC OneSat 20 May 20177:25pm BST
Middle EastBBC FirstSat 20 May 20179:25pm AST(Sat 7:20pm BST)
United States of AmericaBBC AmericaSat 20 May 20179:00pm EDT(Sun 2:00am BST)
CanadaSPACESat 20 May 20179:00pm EDT(Sun 2:00am BST)
New ZealandPRIMESun 21 May 20177:30pm NZST(Sun 7:30am BST)
FinlandYLE2Sun 21 May 201711:30am EEST(Sun 9:30am BST)
AustraliaABCSun 21 May 20177:40pm AEST(Sun 10:40am BST, also on ABC ME)
BrazilSyFySun 21 May 20178:00pm BRT(Sun 11:00pm BST)
Latin AmericaSyFySun 21 May 201710:00pm CDT(Mon 4:00am BST)

Full listings here




Knock Knock - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 15 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus


Official figures released by the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board or BARB, give Doctor Who - Knock Knock an official rating of 5.73 million viewers.

The rating includes all those who recorded the programme and watched it within 7 days.

Doctor Who is the 21st most watched programme for the week, and 7th most watched on BBC One

Top for the week was Britain's Got Talent on ITV with 11.51 million watching. The main soaps again did well, with Coronation Street dominating the top of the chart. Other drama's with high numbers included Little Boy Blue with 7.11 million and The Durrells with 5.81 million. Doctor Who just edged ahead of the ITV detective series Grantchester, which had 5.71 million viewers.




Oxygen: AI:83Bookmark and Share

Monday, 15 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Oxygen: Abby (Mimi Ndiweni), The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) (Credit: BBC/BBC Worldwide (Simon Ridgway))
Doctor Who - Oxygen had an Audience Appreciation or AI figure of 83

The Appreciation Index in an indication of how much viewers enjoyed the episode. It is based to the reactions of a selected panel of viewers, who rate the episode shortly after transmission.

83 is considered a good score, roughly similar to the scores achieved by the last series of the show,

The score was the highest for the evening on the two main channels.




Oxygen - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Sunday, 14 May 2017 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Oxygen: The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) (Credit: BBC/BBC Worldwide (Des Willie))Doctor Who - Oxygen achieved an overnight viewing audience of 3.57 million viewers, a share of 20% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial figures.

BBC One occupied three of the top four spots for the day, with Oxygen achieving fourth place; third place went to the preceeding Pointless Celebrities (which itself contained a Doctor Who related round) with just 100,000 additional viewers (3.58m/23.1%). The annual Eurovision Song Contest took second place with 6.73m viewers (35.2%). However, top spot once again went to ITV's Britain's Got Talent with 7.96m viewers (36.8% share). These are average figures across the whole of the programme, with the Eurovision Song Contest's audience reaching 8.37m (58.7% share) as the final results of the contest were being announced.

Consolidated viewing figures are expected to be released by BARB on 22nd May, which should see Doctor Who's figure increase.





Thin Ice: Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Tuesday, 9 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus


Official figures released by the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board or BARB, give Doctor Who - Thin Ice an official rating of 5.51 million viewers.

The rating includes all those who recorded the programme and watched it within 7 days.

Doctor Who is the 25th most watched programme for the week, and 10th most watched on BBC One

Top for the week was ITV's Britain's Got Talent with 10.60 million watching. Drama's doing well include BBC One's Line of Duty with 9.92 million and ITV's Little Boy Blue with 7.17 million. Doctor Who sliped behind the soaps EastEnders and Emmerdale as well as Coronation Street.

Doctor Who was the second highest BBC One programme for Saturday night, just behind of the entertainment show All Round to Mrs Brown's




Knock Knock - AI:83Bookmark and Share

Monday, 8 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Knock Knock: Monster (Credit: BBC/BBC Worldwide (screen grabs))
Doctor Who - Knock Knock had an Audience Appreciation or Ai figure of 83

The Appreciation Index in an indication of how much viewers enjoyed the episode. It is based to the reactions of a selected panel of viewers, who rate the episode shortly after transmission.

83 is considered a good score, roughly similar to the scores achieved by the last series of the show,

The highest score for the evening on the two main channels was achieved by Casualty on BBC One which scored 85.




Smile - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Tuesday, 2 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus


Official figures released by the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board or BARB, gives Doctor Who - Smile an official rating of 5.98 million viewers.

The rating includes all those who recorded the programme and watched it within 7 days.

Doctor Who is the 23rd most watched programme for the week, and 8th most watched on BBC One

Top for the week was incoming showrunner Chris Chibnall's Broadchurch, starring David Tennant, which beat ITV's Britain's Got Talent, to take the top place with 11.61 million watching. Unlike last week , Doctor Who sliped behind the soaps EastEnders and Emmerdale as well as Coronation Street.

Doctor Who remained the top BBC One programme for Saturday night, just ahead of the entertainment show All Round to Mrs Brown's




Thin Ice - Audience Appreciation:84Bookmark and Share

Monday, 1 May 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Thin Ice (Credit: BBC/Jon Hall)
Doctor Who - Thin Ice had an Audience Appreciation or Ai figure of 84

The Appreciation Index in an indication of how much viewers enjoyed the episode. It is based to the reactions of a selected panel of viewers, who rate the episode shortly after transmission.

84 is considered a good score, roughly similar to the scores achieved by the last series of the show,

The highest score for the evening on the two main channels was achieved by Casualty on BBC One which scored 87.




The Pilot - Official RatingsBookmark and Share

Monday, 24 April 2017 - Reported by Marcus


Official figures released by the Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board or BARB, gives Doctor Who - The Pilot an official rating of 6.68 million viewers.

The rating includes all those who recorded the programme and watched it within 7 days. It is over 2 million higher than the initially reported overnight figure.

Doctor Who is the tenth most watched programme for the week, the highest chart position for a non-Christmas episode since Listen in 2014.

Top for the week was ITV's Britain's Got Talent, which had 11.04 million viewers. Incoming showrunner Chris Chibnall's Broadchurch, starring David Tennant, was 2nd for the week.




Smile - Audience Appreciation:83Bookmark and Share

Monday, 24 April 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Doctor Who: Smile (Credit: BBC / Simon Ridgway)Doctor Who - Smile had an Audience Appreciation or Ai figure of 83

The Appreciation Index in an indication of how much viewers enjoyed the episode. It is based to the reactions of a selected panel of viewers, who rate the episode shortly after transmission.

83 is considered a good score, roughly similar to the scores achieved by the last series of the show,

The highest score for the evening was shared by Casualty on BBC One and Amazing Hotels on BBC Two, both of which scored 84.




Smile - Overnight Viewing FiguresBookmark and Share

Sunday, 23 April 2017 - Reported by Marcus
Doctor Who: Smile (Credit: BBC / Simon Ridgway)Doctor Who - Smile had an overnight viewing audience of 4.25 million viewers, a share of 22.9% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial figures.

Top for the day was the ITV show Britain's Got Talent, with 9.21 million watching, a massive 44% of the total audience. The remainder of the evening was dominated by BBC One with All Round to Mrs Brown's getting 5.03 million. The FA Cup averaged around 5 million viewers pushing Doctor Who into fourth place for the day.

Official ratings data, included those who timeshift the episode, will be released in 8 days time.

The early morning signed repeat of The Pilot, shown on BBC Two at 4.10am, had an average audience of 129,000 viewers, a 13.9% share of the available audience.