Last edited by natwel27 on 4 February 2020 10:18pm
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The overnight ratings are not concerning - it is the consolidated ratings after a week which are key. However when we look at shows on Sunday nights across the main channels, their ratings are down too.
Dancing on Ice last week only narrowly beat Doctor Who in the overnights, Dancing on Ice at 4.4 million, Doctor Who 4.2 million - so even ITV's big Sunday night live entertainment show is not doing great in the overnights.
For perspective, the highest rated overnight show last Sunday was Call the Midwife on BBC One with 6.5 million. No show attracted more than this last Sunday.
Definitely agree with you there. Sunday's don't seem to be doing well in the overnights at the moment. When putting Doctor Who's overnights into perspective, they're actually rather decent.
Last edited by natwel27 on 20 January 2020 12:11am
Not really, if the point is to promote it, then there's little point putting it on in front of the actual thing when the audience is there watching it
TV companies don't usually run traditional prkmos before the thing they're promoting