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Season six of The Big Bang Theory is continuing to draw massive multichannel viewing figures for E4. Episode three, in which Howard suffered a few anxiety attacks, amused 1.22 million - a 5.2% share - at 8pm and 401,000 an hour later on E4 +1 last night (November 29). When The Big Bang Theory returned to UK screens a fortnight ago, the American sitcom gave E4 its biggest rating since June 2011. When taking +1 into consideration, the show's audience has risen slightly on last week's outing. An ITV3 classic showing of Doc Martin was Big Bang's nearest contender after picking up 972k (4%) at 9pm, while elsewhere in digital land Russell Howard's Good News amused 731k (3%) at 10pm and 326k (8.7%) for a second showing at 12.30am. As expected, I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! was the most-watched TV broadcast of the (more) »


- By Paul Millar

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