Harry Hill’s TV Burp Return Watched By 4.4m

October 10, 2011 by staff 

Harry Hill's TV Burp Return Watched By 4.4mHarry Hill’s TV Burp Return Watched By 4.4m, Harry Hill TV Burp returned with mediocre ratings last night, according to latest figures of the night.

11 of the clip show at the Avalon series shot in 4.38m (18.3%) at 7pm and a 242k on ITV1, the worst premiere audience ever fall – down from 5.7 last year and nearly 2 million Under 2008 of 6.2 million.

However, a repeat of ITV2 added an additional 339K (3.8%) at 23:45.

The rumors emerged two weeks ago claiming the former comedian had left the program, but he has insisted since that “no decision” has been made.

Strictly Come Dancing, which has been undermined by TV Burp in previous head to head, jumped an impressive 8.68m (36.8%) 18:00 to 20:00.

The X Factor first live show picked 10.44m (40.3%) 19:30 to 22:00 (+1: 506k), and the ITV2 Xtra Factor entertaining 692k (3.5%) until 11 pm (+ 1: 104k). Celebrity juice, followed catchup 586k Xtra Factor (4.7%) and 115k on ITV2 +1.

Meanwhile, The Jonathan Ross Show rose to 4.19m (21.2%) at 10 pm on ITV1. A most watched 335K Lady GaGa interview Ross and Jamie Oliver in Timeshift.

To factor X, Merlin 5.54m (20.9%) in the BBC at 8 pm – an increase of 300 thousand from week to week.

The National Lottery: The Secret Treasure met then 3.68m (14.6%) and 4.02 (16.8%) were emergencies.

Elsewhere, BBC Two, tribute to the legendary comedy writer David Croft hit the spot, as Allo ‘Allo’ classic comedy! (19:30), Are You Being Served? (20:00) and Dad’s Army (20:30) fun 2.3 million (8.5%), 2.75 m (10.3%) and 2.5 million (9.5%).

Miserable night for Channel 4 and 5 million pounds fall saw the brother live and stand out as the big broadcasters only saving grace, with 1.45 m (7.9%) and 1.02m (5.1%), respectively in the hour 22:00.

Overall, ITV1 broke into primetime with a 33.7% (1: 1.5%), ahead of BBC One 22.5%. BBC Two claimed 7.1% in the third, followed by Channel 4, with 3.6% (0.8%) and Channel 5, with 2.9%.

Crowning a winning night ITV network, drama channel ITV3 won Channel 5, with an average of 3.1% in primetime, after the war brought Foyle 969k (4.3%).

Outside primetime, England lost to France in the Rugby World Cup marked 4.19m (41.7%) of 8, taking a peak of 6.2 million (52.4%) at 10am.

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