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Legend Of The Sea Devils - Official 7 Day Ratings

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Doctor Who - Legend Of The Sea Devils<\/a>, had an official 7-day rating of 3.47 million viewers.

The figure includes all those who watched the episode within 1 week of transmission. The figure is a substantial increase over the initial overnight figure and was enough to make Doctor Who the highest-rated programme on BBC Television for the day.

Overall Doctor Who was the third most-watched programme on British Television for the day, with ITV's drama The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe taking top place.

Doctor Who was the 24th most-watched programme for the week.

The rise from the overnight figure was enough to prevent The Legend of the Sea Devils becoming the lowest-rated episode in Doctor Who history.  That accolade is still held by episode one of the 1989 story Battlefield with 3.1 million watching.  It does however mean that the Sea Devil episode is the lowest-rated story since the series returned in 2005.

Doctor Who will return for one more story in 2022, a climactic regeneration story shown to mark the BBC's 100th birthday, before a new production team, headed up by Russell T Davies, takes over for series 14. 

Legend Of The Sea Devils - Overnight Viewing Figures

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Doctor Who - Legend Of The Sea Devils, had an audience of 2.2 million according to unofficial overnight viewing figures. 

The figure is disappointing for the series, making Doctor Who the 11th most-watched programme on Easter Sunday. 

Doctor Who was pitched against  Britain's Got Talent on ITV 1,  which won the day with 5.2 million watching.  The new ITV drama The Thief, His Wife and the Canoe on ITV had an overnight audience of 4.71m.

Final figures, released next week, will include those who recorded the episode and who watched it later. 

The current lowest rated episode of Doctor Who was the first episode of the 1989 story Battlefield, which has 3.10 million viewers

 

Eve of the Daleks - Appreciation Index

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Eve Of The Daleks<\/a>  achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 77.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

Eve of the Daleks - Overnight Viewing Figures

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Doctor Who - Eve of the Daleks has an audience of 3.21 million viewers, according to unofficial overnight figures.

 

Doctor Who was the sixth most-watched programme of the day, with BBC One's The Tourist taking top spot with 4.59 million watching. 

The figure is a drop of over a million from last year's New Year's Day episode on a day where ratings were down across the board. 

Final results, including those who watch the programme within seven days, will be released next week. 

 

 

 

Series 13 Ratings

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The final episode of Series 13: Doctor Who Flux, The Vanquishers, had a seven-day rating of 4.61 million viewers.

 

The rating made Doctor Who the 6th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 26th most-watched on all British television.  The chart was dominated by ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get me out of here with 6 of the top ten places. The most-watched programme of the week was Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One. 

 

The rating gave Doctor Who an average rating of 5.15 million for the year 2021. This is the lowest annual rating since the programme returned in 2005. However, the series scored lower than 5 million in 1986, 1987 and 1989.

In terms of chart position, each episode appeared in the list of top 30 programmes of the week. 

With the conclusion of Series 13, Doctor Who has broadcast 868 episodes which, if you watched them back to back, would last 17 days, 20 hours and 40 minutes. 

 

Series 13 Ratings

TITLE
Time
Length
 7 Day Rating
AI
Position

Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse<\/a>
 6:26 pm
 49:55
 5.81m
 76 
 8th

Chapter Two: War of The Sontarans<\/a>
 6:16 pm
 59:24
 5.13m
 77
 13th

Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time<\/a>
 6:30 pm
 49:03
 4.70m
 75
 19th

Chapter Four: Village of the Angels<\/a>
 6:19 pm
 56:35
 4.57m
 79
 18th

Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux<\/a>
 6:26 pm
 50:34
 4.83m
 77
 21st

Chapter Six: The Vanquishers<\/a>
 6:22 pm
 59:16
 4.64m
 76
 26th

some data has been updated by BARB following the initial release

 

The full list of Doctor Who Ratings since the launch in 1963 can be found on the Doctor Who Guide<\/a>

 

The Vanquishers - Appreciation Index

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Flux: Chapter Six: The Vanquishers<\/a>  achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 76.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

With the last episode of the series now broadcast, this brings the series average to 76.7.

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Doctor Who The Vanquishers was watched by 3.58 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures. This is a slight drop from episode 5's 3.82 million

It was the day's fifth most-watched programme of the day.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for Episode Five: Survivors of the Flux was 4.72 million. 

Doctor Who was the 9th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 25th most-watched on all British television for the week. 

Survivors of the Flux - Appreciation Index

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Flux: Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux<\/a>  achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 77.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

With one more episode to come, 77 also reflects the average for the series so far.

Survivors of the Flux - Overnight Viewing Figures

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Doctor Who Survivors of the Flux was watched by 3.82 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures.

The figure is a increase from last week's episode. Top for the evening was  Strictly Come Dancing - Results on BBC 1 with 8.95 million watching.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for Episode Four: Village of the Angels was 4.55 million. This is now the lowest seven-day consolidated rating since the series returned in 2005.

However, In terms of chart position, Doctor Who is still performing strongly. It was the 8th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 21st most-watched on all British television.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Village of the Angels - Appreciation Index

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Flux: Chapter Four: Village of the Angels<\/a> achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 79.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

The figure is a marked improvement on the previous week, and is the highest acheived so far this series.

 

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