Doctor Who: Victory of the Daleks Ratings PDF Print E-mail
Written by Doug Lambert   
Sunday, 18 April 2010 10:00

BBCOvernight ratings for Saturday evening reveal that the latest episode of Doctor Who, Victory of the Daleks, was seen by over 6 million viewers. The third episode of the new series starring Matt Smith and Karen Gillan was written by Mark Gatiss and set in Blitz torn London as the Doctor comes across his old foes. Overnight ratings – which aren’t exactly accurate – reveal that 6.2 million viewers tuned in. The figure makes Doctor Who the second most watched programme of the day. The start of Britain’s Got Talent on ITV1 though stole the ratings crown for the day. Figures reveal that 10.6 million viewers tuned in to witness the latest bunch of desperate wannabes parade themselves in front of Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Piers Morgan.



Comments (5)
  • Supreme Dalek

    Well there’s no accounting for taste is there? The British public are like sheep; they’ll watch crap because everyone else watches crap and they don’t want to be different. It’s all a con because these brain-dead idiots are too stupid to realise that. Now we’ll be bombarded with BGT crap for weeks as papers reveal the private lives of the contestants and hail them as the “new subo”. Oh joy,
  • Anonymous
    haha, you brainless yank, your tv is absolutely appauling, get a life
  • Whore of the Den
    Its not Britain's Got Talent anyway. Its always been Britain't Got What The Thames Producers Want You To See.

    They deliberatly pick god-awful acts over genuine talent because dancing dogs and bad elderly dancers are funny and people laugh at them.

    It's certainly no NEW FACES.
  • NK
    @Supreme Dalek

    Seems a bit harsh to stereotype the entire British public because 10 million - a sizeable slice, but still only a sixth of the population - watched Britain's Got Talent.
  • waye kerr  - Cheap and nasty
    The main gripe I have sbout things like BGT is how the whole thing is just cheap and shoddy.Get a lot of desparate sad people who just want to get on tv for 15 seconds and explote them.It's the 21st century version of putting criminals in the stocks and throwing rotten veg at them.As for the 10 mil.vewers they should be ashamed to admit they see this as entertainment.DW has no pretence about what it is, an artifice for entertainment and with the arrival of Moffat I belive it is coming to a golden period.
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