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  • Yeah I think TMS will lose some viewers even tonight. That’s quite a strong start for Saturday’s on ITV in 2020 though.

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    • Annual Shares
      2019 vs 2018


      BBC One: 20.86% (down 2.0% year-on-year)
      BBC Two: 5.70% (down 0.6% year-on-year)
      ITV: 16.82% (down 0.5% year-on-year)
      Channel 4: 5.46% (down 1.0% year-on-year)
      Channel 5: 4.02% (up 0.8% year-on-year)

      Source: BARB

      Excluding World Cup weeks:

      BBC One: Down 0.5% year-on-year
      BBC Two: Down 3.7% year-on-year
      ITV: Up 2.4% year-on-year
      Channel 4: Down 2.9% year-on-year
      Channel 5: Down 0.2% year-on-year

      By the way, consolidated ratings for Christmas are in...

      Top 15
      23-29 December 2019:

      1 GAVIN AND STACEY (WED 20:29) BBC One 17,072,500 / 17,915,190
      2 CALL THE MIDWIFE (WED 18:59) BBC One 8,438,000 / 8,690,617
      3 STRICTLY COME DANCING CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (WED 16:40) BBC One 7,572,100 / 7,678,571
      4 CORONATION STREET (FRI 19:31) ITV 7,216,500 / 7,383,210
      5 THE QUEEN'S CHRISTMAS MESSAGE (WED 15:00) BBC One 7,183,600 / 7,301,475
      6 EASTENDERS (WED 21:33) BBC One 6,795,600 / 7,207,196
      7 CORONATION STREET (MON 19:31) ITV 6,876,900 / 7,008,676
      8 CORONATION STREET (WED 20:02) ITV 6,694,400 / 6,879,929
      9 MICHAEL MCINTYRE'S BIG CHRISTMAS SHOW (WED 17:59) BBC One 6,753,800 / 6,854,065
      10 CORONATION STREET (THU 20:02) ITV 6,594,200 / 6,768,181
      11 THE TRIAL OF CHRISTINE KEELER (SUN 21:00) BBC One 6,389,600 / 6,666,263
      12 MRS BROWN'S BOYS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (WED 22:36) BBC One 6,486,700 / 6,652,474
      13 EMMERDALE (FRI 19:00) ITV 6,359,300 / 6,468,631
      14 FILM: PADDINGTON 2 (2017) (THU 19:21) BBC One 6,299,300 / 6,388,812
      15 CORONATION STREET (MON 20:29) ITV 6,219,800 / 6,351,301

      Holy shit at G&S!

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      • "The Masked Singer lost more than a million viewers on its second outing, entertaining 4.3m last night. It was beaten by Call The Midwife (7m) and The Trial of Christine Keeler (4.4m) over on BBC1."

        Last night's Dancing on Ice on ITV had an average audience of 5.14 million beating Doctor Who which got 4.60 million

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        • Woah... I didn’t think we’d see ratings like that again on Christmas Day, ever!

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          • More than 2.5 million people tuned in for the launch of the first winter series of Love Island on Sunday - but that was 800,000 down on the figure for the opening of the last summer series.

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            • I watched the NTAs tonight and it was dull as dishwater - you don't even need to watch the show anymore to know that...

              * Mrs Brown's Boys will always win the comedy award.
              * I'm A Celeb will always win the award they are nominated for.
              * This Morning will always win their award.
              * And Ant & Dec will always win their award.

              It felt really flat tonight, aside from the typical winners.

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              • As much as I appreciate Ant & Dec, they haven’t deserved that award for the last two years. Especially last year when Ant was absent.

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                • Completely agree, it was crap and David Walliams didn’t do well as host, a lot of his jokes didn’t land. I don’t think the venue is right, it’s far too big, they should move it back to a theatre.

                  How Mrs Brown’s Boys keeps winning comedy is baffling. Ant & Dec may as well just be given the presenter award as a permanent.

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                  • I read today that Ant & Dec have won the presenting award for the last 19 years

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                    • Mrs Browns Boys winning is the epitome of the British public voting standards. I didn’t even know it was still spewing out new episodes.

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                      • The only highlight was Jesy Nelson’s documentary winning her category.

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