The consolidated viewing figures for 'Flatline' on BBC1 Saturday 18th October 2014 were 6.71 million viewers. This once again means that Doctor Who added a significant audience to the initial overnight result - an additional 2.16 million in fact. 'Flatline' remains one of the lower rated stories so far this season but remains part of a good run of programmes ratings-wise.
Last night's episode on BBC1 reversed the drop seen with 'Flatline' - the episode was seen by 5.03 million people on broadcast which was 21.6% of the audience. It was number three for the day behind 'Strictly Come Dancing' on BBC1 and 'The X Factor' on ITV.
The next episode of the current series arrives at 8.20pm tonight on BBC1 in the UK and around the world shortly afterwards. You can watch the latest trailer at the BBC website by clicking here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0299rxw
The overnight ratings for 'Flat Line' yesterday on BBC1 in the UK were a little down on previous weeks. They show that 4.55 million people watched, which is 19.9% of the audience. Although lower than previous episodes, the drop in numbers is not substantial - the consolidated result will be available in about a week.
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The initial overnight ratings for 'Kill the Moon' on BBC1 in the UK yesterday were 4.8 million, or 21.8% of the audience. The number is slightly down on the previous week, but not by much. Doctor Who remains number 3 in yesterday's chart, behind The X Factor and Strictly Come Dancing.
'Kill the Moon' arrives in the UK on BBC1 tonight at 8.30pm - stand by for giant spiders and doubtless lots of complaints!
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Paul Winter (Co-ordinator) on September 28th, 2014
The consolidated ratings for 'Time Heist' have been released. These include those viewers who watched in the seven days following the initial (UK) broadcast. Again, Doctor Who has added a significant number of viewers to the initial overnight figure of 4.9 million. The consolidated result is 7 million viewers - adding a further 2.1 million.