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Announcing the 2015 Emmy Nominations!

17 July 2015 | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley announced the 2015 Emmy nominations this morning. Spoiler alert: they were both nominated, along with Jon Hamm for Mad Men, Taraji P. Henson for Empire, Amy Schumer for Inside Amy Schumer, and Anthony Anderson for Black-ish. There are a few double nominees and a ton of first-timers, making this year's race already one of the most exciting in a while - not to mention the fact that Game of Thrones has a whopping 24 nominations. Take a look at the full list below! Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Homeland House of Cards Mad Men Orange Is the New Black Outstanding Comedy Series Louie Modern Family Parks and Recreation Silicon Valley Transparent Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Veep Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series Kyle Chandler, Bloodline Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom Jon Hamm, »

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Emmy Award Nominations: Full List of 2015 Emmy Nominees

16 July 2015 8:38 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

The 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards were announced on July 16 and HBO’s “Game of Thrones” received the most nominations.

Andy Samberg will host the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards on September 20. Fox will broadcast them live from the Microsoft Theater in downtown Los Angeles.

The nominees are below:

Outstanding Drama Series

“Better Call Saul”

Downton Abbey

Game of Thrones

Homeland

House of Cards

Mad Men

Orange is the New Black

Outstanding Comedy Series

Louie

Modern Family

Parks and Recreation

Silicon Valley

Transparent

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

Veep

Lead Actor, Drama

Bob Odenkirk, “Better Call Saul”

Kyle Chandler, “Bloodline

Kevin Spacey, “House of Cards

Jon Hamm, “Mad Men

Jeff Daniels, “The Newsroom

Liev Schreiber, “Ray Donovan

Lead Actress, Drama

Taraji P. Henson, “Empire”

Claire Danes, “Homeland

Viola Davis, “How to Get Away with Murder

Tatiana Maslany, “Orphan Black

Elisabeth Moss, “Mad Men

Robin Wright, “House of Cards

Lead Actor, Limited Series Or Movie

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- Variety Staff

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UK TV ratings: Jeremy Clarkson's Top Gear tenure ends with 5.4m

29 June 2015 2:57 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Jeremy Clarkson's final episode of Top Gear topped the primetime ratings on Sunday (June 28), according to overnight data.

The episode brought in 5.36m (23.2%) for BBC Two at 8pm, up slightly on the show's previous outing in March.

The channel's coverage of acts including Lionel Richie at Glastonbury 2015 entertained 1.71m (9.9%) between 6.15pm and 8pm, while Odyssey appealed to 1.77m (8.8%) at 9.15pm.

On BBC One, Countryfile and Antiques Roadshow continued with 5.09m (27.3%) at 8pm and 4.44m (19.6%) at 9pm respectively. Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell followed with 1.71m (7.6%) at 9pm.

ITV's Catchphrase entertained 2.16m (11.4%) at 7.15pm (116k/0.5% on +1), before Surprise Surprise warmed the hearts of 2.77m (12.2%) at 8pm (256k/1.1%). The second episode of Sheridan Smith's Black Work dipped to 5.23m (23.1%) at 9pm (315k/1.9%).

Channel 4's Humans dropped to 2.06m (9.1%) for its third episode at 9pm (475k/2.9%), while Amazing Spaces: Shed of the »

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UK TV ratings: Humans attracts big audience for Channel 4 on Sunday

15 June 2015 4:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Humans achieved record numbers for Channel 4 on Sunday night (June 14), overnight data reveals.

The new sci-fi series brought in an average audience of 3.45 million (15.6%) at 9pm, with an added 586,000 (3.7%) on +1. This is the highest-rated launch of an original drama series on Channel 4 since records began in 2002.

Earlier, The Secret World of Lego gathered 2.02m (9.6%) at 8pm (460k/2.1% on +1).

BBC One's Countryfile topped the night overall with 5.73m (30.2%) at 7pm, followed by Antiques Roadshow with 5.40m (25.7%) at 8pm and Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell with 1.85m (8.4%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, Dara and Ed's Great Big Adventure interested 693k (3.3%) at 8pm, while BBC at War with Jonathan Dimbleby intrigued 1.09m (4.9%) at 9pm. Protect Our Foster Kids educated 701k (4.6%) at 10pm.

ITV's Euro 2016 qualifier coverage scored an average 4.75m (30.4%) from 4.30pm (138k/0.6%). Catchphrase entertained 2.80m (14.6%) at 7.15pm, followed by All-Star Family Fortunes with 3.53m (16.9%) at 8pm (189k/0.9%). Home Fires »

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UK TV ratings: Home Fires tops Sunday ratings with 4.7m

8 June 2015 2:47 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Home Fires topped the ratings on Sunday (June 7), according to overnight figures.

ITV's World War II-era drama returned after a two-week break with 4.74m (22.2%) at 9pm, with a further 255,000 (1.7%) tuning in on +1.

Earlier in the evening, Catchphrase entertained 1.72m (10.7%) at 6.30pm (182k/1.0% on +1), before Celebrity Squares continued with 1.86m (10.3%) at 7.15pm (80k/0.4%).

Sunday Night at the Palladium appealed to 3.05m (14.8%) at 8pm (221k/1.0%).

Over on ITV2, Love Island opened to 434k (2.2%) at 9pm, as the revived reality show hosted by Caroline Flack got started in Mallorca.

BBC One's Formula One coverage was the second most-watched programme of the evening with 4.62m (25.0%) tuning in for the Canadian Grand Prix at 6.30pm. The latest episode of Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell brought in 1.78m (8.3%) at 9pm.

Antiques Roadshow's temporary move to BBC Two dented its ratings with 2.54m (12.3%) at 8pm, while Armada: »

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Big Box Little Box? All hail the Goggleboxisation of TV!

4 June 2015 4:15 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

ITV’s new gadget review show could be the start of a whole new genre of audience participation television: get ready for Gogglebox X Factor, Gogglebox Question Time and Gogglebox Springwatch

Here’s a depressing thing that almost definitely happened: after Gogglebox became such an unlikely ratings success story for Channel 4, dozens of sockless television ninnies packed into dozens of drab television production offices and prodded their soft little fingers at dozens of moodboards labelled “The Next Gogglebox” in the desperate hope that they could adequately bastardise the format to their own end.

“How about Gogglebox X Factor, where the judges are people on webcams at home?” one of them almost definitely asked at one point. “Or how about Gogglebox Antiques Roadshow, where normal members of the public on webcams assign arbitrary values to rare pieces of historical memorabilia?”

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Storage Hunters UK Sean Kelly: 'One of the things I like about the UK is getting away from Brandori'

2 June 2015 12:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

A UK version of addictive reality show Storage Hunters seemed like a pretty safe bet for Dave - and it turned out to be, with the first series becoming the highest-rated show on the channel last year. So it's no surprise that it's back for a second series!

Part of the show's success is, of course, down to auctioneer Sean Kelly - a stand-up comedian with an utterly mesmerising calling style. We got Sean on the phone to chat Us stars coming onto the UK show, why we can expect some big arguments and whether the Us show will ever be rebooted...

Hi Sean! What's it like to be back for a second series?

"I felt like I knew the UK a little bit better. I'd spent a little bit more time here kind of getting to know the country after travelling around for the first series. So for the »

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UK TV ratings: Britain's Got Talent final dominates with 11.4m on Sunday

1 June 2015 3:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Britain's Got Talent 2015 bowed out with big numbers on Sunday (May 31), according to overnight figures.

The live final - which saw Jules O'Dwyer and Matisse the dog crowned champions - was watched by 11.37m (46.6%) between 7.30pm and 10pm, while a further 335k (1.5%) tuned in on +1.

At its peak, last night's final was watched by 13.4 million viewers and had an audience share of 52%.

The talent competition has also enjoyed a ratings boost in comparison to last year's final, which brought in overnight ratings of 10.32m. However, last year's final did attract a larger average audience share with 49%.

BBC One's Countryfile was the second most-watched programme of the evening, with 5.80m (27.5%) at 7pm. Later, Antiques Roadshow interested 4.40m (17.6%) at 8pm, and Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell gathered 2.17m (8.9%) at 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Demolition averaged 1.26m (5.0%) at 8pm, before Armada: 12 Days to Save England transfixed 1.71m (7.0%) at 9pm, and Rev entertained 750k (4.1%) at 10pm. »

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UK TV ratings: Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell falls to 2.57m on Sunday

25 May 2015 2:44 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell showed a sharp week-on-week ratings drop this Sunday (May 24), according to overnight data.

Episode two of the drama, based on Susanna Clarke's acclaimed bestseller, aired to 2.57m (13%) at 9pm on BBC One - down on last week's corresponding overnight audience of 4.53m.

BBC One's Countryfile led the night with an audience of 5.77m (33.4%) at 7pm, followed by 5.35m (28.1%) for the Antiques Roadshow at 8pm.

Match of the Day, featuring highlights from the final day of the Premier League season, was seen by 3.09m (27.6%) at 10.30pm.

Over on ITV, episode four of World War II-era drama Home Fires led the night for the channel, with 4.47m (22.6%) tuning in at 9pm.

Earlier in the night, Warwick Davis' Celebrity Squares was seen by 1.57m at 7.15pm, followed by an overnight audience of 3.08m (16.2%) for Sunday Night at the London Palladium at 8pm. »

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UK TV ratings: Countryfile dominates Sunday with 6.3m for BBC One

18 May 2015 5:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

UK TV ratings roundup – data supplied by Barb

Countryfile was the most watched programme on Sunday (May 17), according to overnight data.

The long-running BBC One show gathered 6.27m (33.1%) at 7pm, while Antiques Roadshow appealed to 5.82m (27.2%) at 8pm. Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell followed with 4.53m (20.5%) at 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Demolition brought in 1.61m (7.5%) at 8pm, while The Detectives intrigued 1.40m (6.3%) at 9pm.

ITV's Celebrity Squares continued with 1.63m (8.5%) at 7.15pm (43k/0.2% on +1), before Sunday Night at the Palladium entertained 3.37m (15.7%) at 8pm (197k/0.9%). Home Fires dipped slightly to 4.53m (20.6%) at 9pm (236k/1.6%).

On Channel 4, For The Love of Cars was seen by 1.03m at 8pm (4.8%), and Grayson Perry's Dream House inspired 870k (3.9%) at 9pm (132k/0.9%).

Big Brother's latest episode averaged 1.02m (4.6%) for Channel 5 at 9pm (104k/0.7%), while The Rock appealed to 537k (5.3%) at 10pm (34k/0.7%). »

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Countryfile dominates Sunday ratings with 6.3m for BBC One

18 May 2015 5:30 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Countryfile was the most watched programme on Sunday (May 17), according to overnight data.

The long-running BBC One show gathered 6.27m (33.1%) at 7pm, while Antiques Roadshow appealed to 5.82m (27.2%) at 8pm. Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell followed with 4.53m (20.5%) at 9pm.

Over on BBC Two, Demolition brought in 1.61m (7.5%) at 8pm, while The Detectives intrigued 1.40m (6.3%) at 9pm.

ITV's Celebrity Squares continued with 1.63m (8.5%) at 7.15pm (43k/0.2% on +1), before Sunday Night at the Palladium entertained 3.37m (15.7%) at 8pm (197k/0.9%). Home Fires dipped slightly to 4.53m (20.6%) at 9pm (236k/1.6%).

On Channel 4, For The Love of Cars was seen by 1.03m at 8pm (4.8%), and Grayson Perry's Dream House inspired 870k (3.9%) at 9pm (132k/0.9%).

Big Brother's latest episode averaged 1.02m (4.6%) for Channel 5 at 9pm (104k/0.7%), while The Rock appealed to 537k (5.3%) at 10pm (34k/0.7%). »

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The Enfield Haunting spooks over 750k on Sky Living

4 May 2015 6:17 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

The Enfield Haunting opened to over 750,000 viewers on Sky Living on Sunday night, overnight data suggests.

Timothy Spall's supernatural thriller was the second most-watched broadcast on the multichannels with 752k (3.4%) at 9pm.

ITV's new Women's Institute drama Home Fires rallied 4.82m (21.8%) at 9pm (519k/3.1% on +1), while Sheridan Smith's The C-Word on BBC One was seen by 3.79m (17.4%) at 8.30pm.

Earlier on in the evening, Celebrity Squares and Sunday Night at the Palladium entertained 1.77m (9.3%) and 4.0m (18.9%) respectively (45k/0.2% and 228k/1.0%).

As usual, Countryfile topped the night's ratings with 5.42m (30.8%), while Antiques Roadshow collected 5.22m (26.1%).

On Channel 4, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown returned with 1.09m (5.0%) at 9pm (320k/2.0%), and Henning Wehn's An Immigrant's Guide to Britain pulled in 780k (4.3%) from 10pm (214k/1.9%).

Channel 5 aired Legally Blonde to 813k (4.1%) at 7.10pm (133k/0.6%) and Resident Evil: Afterlife to 801k (4.1%) at 9pm (108k/0.8%).

BBC Two's Snooker World Championship coverage pocketed 1.95m (9.5%).

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BBC One's Poldark ravishes 5.9m with series 1 finale on Sunday

27 April 2015 2:29 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Poldark wrapped up its first series with strong ratings on Sunday (April 26), according to overnight figures.

Aidan Turner's period drama brought in 5.87m at 9pm on BBC One, adding more than 400,000 viewers from last week. Earlier in the evening, Countryfile continued to top the ratings with 6.39m (34.5%) at 7pm, while Antiques Roadshow interested 5.78m (26.3%) at 8pm.

On BBC Two, coverage of World Championship Snooker was seen by 940k (5.0%) at 7pm, before Coast Australia averaged 1.02m (4.6%) at 8.15pm, and Hunters of the South continued with 1.14m (4.9%) at 9pm.

ITV's Celebrity Squares remained consistent with 2.04m (10.7%) for its latest episode at 7.15pm (76k/0.3% on +1). Vera followed with 4.70m (20.8%) at 8pm (318k/1.6%).

On Channel 4, Three in a Bed entertained 650k (3.5%) at 7pm (117k/0.5%), while For the Love of Cars dipped to 1.22m (5.5%) at 8pm (210k/0.9%). Later, The Impossible captivated 1.37m (7.3%) at 9pm (229k/2.0%).

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Wnet And PBS Agreement Keeps ‘Pov,’ ‘Independent Lens’ in Primetime

23 April 2015 11:06 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Public television executives have agreed to keep two long running documentary film programs — Pov and Independent Lens — in primetime and to substantially increase marketing support for the shows, PBS announced Thursday.

The public television network said it would continue to transmit the two programs at 10 p.m. Mondays and that affiliates, including Wnet Channel 13 in New York, would broadcast them at that time. That reverses an earlier proposal by Wnet that film advocates worried would spread to stations throughout the PBS system, effectively moving the programs out of primetime.

PBS said the new agreement would not only keep “Pov”  and “Independent Lens” in their Monday night slot and promote the shows, and documentaries in general, in a number of ways — releasing the films on a streaming platform, expanding theatrical releases, creating a new college curriculum and establishing “programming events” that package docs with  “thematically-related programming.”

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Countryfile tops Sunday with 6.3m, Indian Summers concludes with 830k

20 April 2015 2:24 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Countryfile topped the ratings on Sunday (April 19), according to overnight data.

The long-running BBC One series continued with 6.30m (32.0%) at 7pm, while Antiques Roadshow followed with 5.58m (25.3%) at 8pm. Poldark dipped slightly to 5.41m (24.3%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, coverage of World Championship Snooker appealed to 810k (4.1%) at 7pm. Coast Australia interested 970k (4.4%) at 8.15pm, while Hunters of the South Seas gathered 1.45m (6.5%) at 9pm.

ITV's Celebrity Squares was seen by 2.04m (10.2%) at 7.15pm (104k/0.5% on +1), while a feature-length episode of Vera entertained 4.41m (19.9%) at 8pm (360k/1.9%).

Over on Channel 4, Ice Age: Continental Drift brought in 1.57m (8.3%) at 6.45pm (296k/1.4%), while Philip Glenister's For the Love of Cars averaged 1.48m (6.7%) at 8pm (271k/1.2%). Indian Summers reached its climax with 830k (4.1%) at 9pm (283k/2.1%).

Ace Ventura: Pet Detective and Stolen were Channel 5's Sunday evening film selections, with the former bringing in 771k (3.6%) at 7.30pm and the latter entertaining 805k (4.2%) at 9pm. »

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Countryfile and Poldark lead Sunday ratings for BBC One

13 April 2015 3:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Countryfile topped the ratings on Sunday (April 12), according to overnight data.

BBC One's long-running show was watched by 5.82m (30.2%) at 6.30pm, while MasterChef gathered 5.07m (23.8%) at 7.30pm. Antiques Roadshow followed with 4.54m (19.9%) at 8pm.

Poldark added 300,000 viewers for its latest episode with 5.53m (23.0%) at 9pm.

On BBC Two, Jordan Spieth's Masters win averaged 2.45m (13.3%) between 6.30pm and 12.15am.

ITV's The Chase: Celebrity Special entertained 2.64m (13.8%) at 6.30pm (150k/0.7%), before Off Their Rockers brought in 2.99m (14.1%) at 7.30pm (212k/0.9%). Vera rose to 4.56m (19.4%) at 8pm (271k/1.3%), while highlights of the Olivier Awards averaged 682k (5.3%) at 10.15pm (52k/0.8%).

Channel 4's Three in a Bed continued with 690k (3.3%) at 7pm (210k/0.9%), while Britain's Winter: Storm Heroes interested 860k (3.8%) at 8pm (175k/0.7%). Indian Summers followed with 790k (3.3%) at 9pm (233k/1.4%).

Spider-Man and Olympus Has Fallen were Channel 5's Sunday evening film selections, with the former bringing in 964k (4.5%) at 6.30pm and the latter entertaining 1.27m (6.5%) at 9pm. »

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Tuesday’s best TV

6 April 2015 11:00 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Colossal collections, cringe-making comedy, globetrotting expeditions, and the inside story on Mexico’s spiralling meth industry

In a series that mixes up elements of Antiques Roadshow and The Hoarder Next Door, Jasmine Harman and Mark Hill meet people who have caught the collecting bug – badly. Margaret is so obsessed with royalty that her home is rammed with commemorative plates, dolls and more. Can Mark convince her quality trumps quantity? We also meet amateur naturalist Chris, who is worried his specimens might end up as landfill, and Jack and Jan, who have built a home to house their collection of mid-20th-century designs. Continues tomorrow. Jonathan Wright

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- Jonathan Wright, Jack Seale, Mark Jones, Graeme Virtue, Ben Arnold, Hannah Verdier and Hannah J Davies

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Poldark tops Easter Sunday ratings with 5.2m on BBC One

6 April 2015 2:36 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Poldark topped the ratings on Easter Sunday (April 5), according to overnight data.

Aidan Turner's period drama brought in 5.23m (22.9%) at 9pm on BBC One, but the latest episode was down more than one million viewers from last week.

Earlier in the evening, Antiques Roadshow interested 4.58m (25.6%) at 7pm, while Michael McIntyre's Easter Night at the Coliseum amused 4.25m (20.0%) at 8pm.

On BBC Two, Springwatch was seen by 940k (5.3%) at 7pm, before Caribbean with Simon Reeve transfixed 1.99m (9.3%) at 8pm, and Louis Theroux: Transgender Kids averaged 1.68m (7.3%) at 9pm.

ITV's celebrity series of The Chase continued with 2.79m (16.8%) at 6.30pm (117k/0.6% on +1), while Off Their Rockers followed with 2.50m (13.4%) at 7.30pm (145k/0.7%). Vera brought in 4.29m (19.3%) between 8pm and 10pm (436k/2.2%).

Over on Channel 4, Three in a Bed continued with 610k (3.4%) at 7pm (85k/0.4%), and Great Canal Journeys interested 1.58m (7.4%) at 8pm (226k/1.0%). The latest episode of »

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Poldark continues with 6.3m, Mr Selfridge brings in 3.4m for finale

30 March 2015 4:26 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Poldark continued to exceed 6 million viewers with its fourth episode, according to overnight figures for Sunday (March 29).

The latest instalment of the BBC One period drama was seen by 6.29m (26.6%) at 9pm. Earlier, Countryfile interested 5.78m (28.5%) at 7pm, and Antiques Roadshow gathered 4.67m (19.6%) at 8pm.

On BBC Two, The Sea King: Britain's Flying Past appealed to 940k (4.6%) at 7pm, before Caribbean with Simon Reeve averaged 2.58m (10.8%) at 8pm. Louis Theroux: By Reason of Insanity concluded with 1.98m (8.4%) at 9pm.

A celebrity special of ITV's The Chase entertained 3.12m (16.4%) at 6.30pm (93k/0.6% on +1), while Off Their Rockers continued with 3.20m (15.3%) at 7.30pm (169k/0.7%). Mr Selfridge wrapped up its third series with 3.42m (14.5%) at 9pm, with a further 392k (2.4%) tuning in on ITV+1.

On Channel 4, Great Canal Journeys interested 1.24m (5.2%) at 8pm (402k/1.7%). The latest Indian Summers dipped to 900k (3.8%) at 9pm (288k/1.8%).

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Poldark attracts 6.2 million on Sunday night

23 March 2015 3:52 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Poldark stayed above 6 million viewers for its third episode on Sunday, overnight data reveals.

The BBC One drama dipped by around 300,000 from last week to an average audience of 6.24m (26.5%) at 9pm.

Earlier, The Big Painting Challenge appealed to 3.63m (19.7%) at 6pm, while Countryfile topped the night overall with 6.38m (29.9%) at 7pm. Antiques Roadshow gathered 5.56m (24.1%) at 8pm, and Match of the Day 2 scored 2.56m (23.6%) at 10.35pm.

On BBC Two, Simon Reeve's Caribbean was seen by 2.14m (9.2%) at 8pm, followed by Louis Theroux's By Reason of Insanity with 1.91m (8.1%) at 9pm and Bluestone 42 with 638k (3.9%) at 10pm.

ITV's The Chase quizzed 3.26m (15.4%) at 6.30pm, followed by Off Their Rockers with 3.25m (14.8%) at 7.30pm (128k/0.5% on +1). All Star Family Fortunes entertained 3.65m (15.7%) at 8pm (115k/0.5%), while Mr Selfridge continued with 3.29m (13.9%) at 9pm (415k/2.7%).

On Channel 4, Great Canal Journeys interested 1.47m (6.4%) at 8pm (196k/0.8%). The latest »

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