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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.
Doug Harris (Josh Gad) is a likable shlub with a fat bank account, a beautiful fiance (Kaley Cuoco) and one small problem. He has no guy friends to be his best man and groomsmen at his upcoming wedding. That all changes though when he discovers Best Man, Inc. and its CEO, Jimmy Callahan (Kevin Hart). He won’t be your friend after the wedding, but for a small fee Jimmy will be the best best man you could have hoped for, for a slightly bigger fee he’ll also include one or two groomsmen for your special day and for $50k? For $50k he’ll roll out the Golden Tux package. The illusion works flawlessly for the first few minutes, but it’s all downhill once grandma (Cloris Leachman) catches on fire. The Wedding Ringer is less of a movie than a log line, and it’s a fact evident through almost every one of the film »
- Rob Hunter
2 items from 2015
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