Saturday, July 10, 2010

Doctor Who: The Big Bang - Final Ratings

BARB have published the consolidated viewing figures for Doctor Who: The Big Bang.

The final episode of Doctor Who: Series 5 was watched by 6.12 million viewers on BBC One, with a further 0.50 million million watching on the BBC HD channel, giving the episode a total of 6.7 million viewers. This figure makes the episode the 10th most-watched programme of the week.

There have been 1.32 million requests for the episode on the BBC iPlayer.

The episode scored an Appreciation Index of 89. A score of 85 or above is considered as 'excellent'.

Despite a number of lazy 'journalists' claiming that Matt Smith's first series had averaged at around 6 million viewers, the consolidated figures hovever show that it has in fact had an average of around 8 million.

This series just out-rates David Tennant’s first two series but comes just behind Tennant’s last series.

The Doctor Who News Page give a very clear picture of how this series has performed.


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