Monday, May 9, 2011

Doctor Who: Day of the Moon - Official Ratings

BARB have published the official consolidated viewing figure for "Day of the Moon", the second episode in the latest series of Doctor Who.

The episode was watched by a total of 7.30 million viewers on BBC One, with a 36.7% share of the total TV audience.

The figure is much higher than the initial overnight rating of 5.4 million viewers.

Episode 2 was BBC One's 7th most-watched programme of the week, and the 15th most-watched overall.

Doctor Who was the highest-rated drama of the week, only beaten by The Royal Wedding, BBC News, Britain's Got Talent and the Soaps.

The consolidated figures include viewers who recorded the episode and watched within 7 days of transmission, but not those who viewed the programme on the BBC iPlayer or watched a repeat showing.

And additional 1.2 million accessed the episode on the BBC iPlayer in the 7 days following transmission.

Episode 2 achieved an Appreciation Index of 87, putting it into the "excellent" category. An Appreciation Index is found by surveying a panel of around 5000 viewers to see what they thought of a particular programme. Is is a score out of 100, with the average BBC TV programme getting 80. A score of 85 or above is considered as "excellent".

In Australia, Day of the Moon was the fifth most-watched programme of the day with around 0.90 million viewers in the five capital cities.

(Source: The Doctor Who News Page)


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