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UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb
Game of Thrones' season five finale attracted a huge audience for Sky Atlantic on Monday night, overnight data reveals.
The action-packed hour-long episode shocked an average 1.34 million (6.6%) at 9pm, rising from last week's 1.09m.
On E4, the 100th episode of Made in Chelsea failed to attract a significant audience, dipping by around 20,000 to 355,000 (1.7%) at 9pm (168k/1.1% on +1). A special reunion episode hosted by Rick Edwards brought in 258k (1.3%) at 8pm (103k/0.5%).
BBC One's The Met topped the night outside soaps with 3.47m (16.8%) at 9pm, while Stolen Childhoods was seen by 1.88m (9.3%) at 8.30pm.
On BBC Two, 100k House gathered 1.47m (7.4%) at 8pm, followed by Japan: Earth's Enchanted Island with 2.60m (12.6%) at 9pm and Episodes with 922k (5.4%) at 10pm.
Dark Matter: Syfy, 8pm
The show follows the crew of a derelict spaceship that awakes from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got there.
Made in Chelsea: E4, 9pm
The episode is preceded by a special reunion hosted by Rick Edwards, before several of the cast take part in a Virtually Famous special at 10pm.
Rick Edwards has proved to be very adept at mickey-taking on various shows, and he's now taking it to a new level.
ITV2 has commissioned new comedy panel show Safeword, which will involve celebrity guests being roasted by others throughout the programme.
Safeword will see celebrities have their social media accounts hijacked as rival teams attempt to delve deeper into their personal and professional lives.
The only way for the celebrities to make it stop is by using their personal safeword.
ITV's commissioning editor of comedy Claire Zolkwer said: "Rick's love for celebrity culture paired with Katherine and David's comedic talents is a perfect combination for a great, fun ITV2 watch."
Edwards will also host a special Made in Chelsea reunion show to »
Made in Chelsea is heading to Los Angeles for a new 6-part series.
SW3's finest will hit up Beverly Hills' most stylish locations for Made in Chelsea: La.
"Los Angeles is a playground for the young, rich and the beautiful, so it's going to be really exciting to see the cast embrace everything it has to offer," said executive producer Ros Coward.
Made in Chelsea: La will air in summer 2015 - but before that, the BAFTA-winning reality series will celebrate its 100th episode on Monday, June 15.
E4 will host a Made in Chelsea takeover on that date - »
E4 has ordered two new comedy dramas, both with a sci-fi twist.
The four-part series will follow Danny and stoner friend Milo (George Webster) as they trip through alternate worlds, meeting different versions of themselves.
Blake Harrison said: "I'm really excited to be working on Tripped. It's always frustrating when good actors make me look bad but on this show I get to have a lot of scenes with myself so I should look alright!
"Also they've let me have a sword so if anyone brings me a cold steak, »
Tool Academy will not be returning.
The E4 show, presented by Rick Edwards, saw wayward boyfriends be brought up to scratch by their long-suffering girlfriends, and ran for three series.
In an interview with Heat magazine, Edwards said it was a "shame" the programme would not be coming back.
"I find myself getting asking the same things quite a lot in my day-to-day life," he explained. "These are, 'Is Tool Academy coming back?' No, it isn't, shame."
Tool Academy was described as a "relationship boot camp" and saw girlfriends secretly enrolling their boyfriends for the programme.
After tackling tasks that tested their commitment and romance, the 'tools' were »
The former Tool Academy host said that he was forced to apologise to the Location, Location, Location presenter following the interview.
When asked by Heat magazine what his worst interview was, the 35-year-old replied: "There was one that was just awful - Kirstie Allsopp."
Asked why, Edwards said: "Actually, I don't think I can say. What I can tell you is I had to text her to apologise, against my wishes.
"But, because I'm polite, I did it. But she never texted back. I didn't really mind texting her, but I think not texting back, even just to say, 'I received your text, thank you', is just rude."
Last year, Edwards reacted to a story in which Allsopp said that young women should have a baby by the age of 27 and shouldn't go to university with the reply: "Prick. »
7 items from 2015
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