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Last updated 10 February 2020
Broadcast: Sunday 12th January 2020
7:10pm-7:55pm GMT < > « » Premiere < > « »
(actually broadcast at 19:12:20)
Featuring: Jodie Whittaker, Tosin Cole, Mandip Gill, Bradley Walsh, James Buckley, Laura Fraser

Graham, Yasmin, Ryan and the Doctor discover that the luxury resort where they are holidaying is hiding a number of deadly secrets. What are the ferocious monsters attacking Tranquility Spa?

Synopsis Source: Radio Times
Broadcast Source: BBC

Ratings Information:

Initial figures: 4.190m viewers (overnight), 20.9% audience share
Consolidated figures: 5.378m viewers (+7 days), 23.7% audience share, 25th place - BARB Week (Four Screen), AI 77
Additional figures: 5.889m viewers (+28 days) (23rd place)

Overnights: 20.9% of the total viewing audience made Doctor Who the fifth most popular show on British Television yesterday. Doctor Who was beaten by its ITV opposition, Dancing on Ice, which had 4.51 million viewers.Top for the day was Call the Midwife, with 6.24 million viewers. Countryfile, the lead into Doctor Who, had 5.13 million. The drama The Trial of Christine Keeler had 3.67 million watching.

Consolidated: The episode achieved 5.378m/5.246m(TV only), seen by 23.8%/23.7% of the viewing audience; it was the 10th most watched programme on BBC Television and 25th across all channels: its opposition, Dancing on Ice, failed to make the Top 30 with 5.10m viewers. Doctor Who's preceeding programme, Countryfile, was watched by slightly more viewers on TV with 5.253m, but once 4 Screen was taken into account the show dropped to 27th place with 5.265m. No such confusion for the following programme Call The Midwife, however, as it romped to second place 8.460m. The BBC took the top four places, with Midwife surrounded by Silent Witness (Tue 8.547m and Mon 8.133 respectively), and Thursday's Death in Paradise reached fourth place with 8.117m. ITV then dominated nigh on the rest of the Top 20 with assorted Coronation Street and Emmerdale episodes, though White House Farm achieved its highest rating with 7.993m, followed by Vera with 7.820m.


BARB Reports

TV: Live: 2.959m, VOSDAL: +1.201m(reported) - 4.19m total (reported)

4 Screen +7 breakdown:
5,246,100(TV set), 65,545(PC/Laptop), 37,492(Tablet), 28,568(Smartphone); 4 Screen total 5,377,705(25th)

4 Screen +28 breakdown:
5,706,300(TV set), 89,909(PC/Laptop), 50,492(Tablet), 42,697(Smartphone); 4 Screen total 5,889,398(23rd)