Yesterday’s Big Brother was seen by an impressive 1.5 million viewers. Read on for the full weekend round up.
Arron’s eviction on Friday secured over 1.6 million, and we’re pleased to report the good ratings continued into the weekend.
Highlights of day 32 averaged 985,000 viewers (4.5%) on Channel 5 in the 9PM hour.
An additional 115,000 tuning in on +1 brings the episode’s total overnight audience to 1.10m, the same figure as a week earlier. All five Saturday shows this series have rated above 1 million, whereas only three surpassed that mark in 2011.
In the same timeslot (excluding +1 channels), Casualty appealed to 4.15m (18.9%) on BBC1, Let’s Get Gold secured 1.74m (8.0%) for ITV1, and Million Pound Drop Live brought in 1.26m (5.9%) to Channel 4.
Yesterday, 1.38 million (5.7%) caught up with highlights of day 33.
With timeshift included, the highlights of day 33 obtained an overall rating of 1.50m – the highest for a Sunday show since Big Brother moved to Channel 5.
Elsewhere at 9PM (excl. +1), Wallander amassed 6.42m (27.5%) on BBC1, 2.53m (10.8%) tuned into The Nation’s Favourite Number 1 Single on ITV1, Channel 4 received 2.40m (10%) for Thelma’s Gypsy Girls, and BBC2 averaged 1.41m (5.9%) for World’s Most Dangerous Roads.
Big Brother continues tonight at 9PM on Channel 5.
With the conclusion of the Turf Wars task and the latest round nominations to come, can the show maintain the good performances as we enter week 6?