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See broadcasts for BBC OneThe Crimson Horror

Last updated 02 January 2017
Broadcast: Saturday 4th May 2013
6:30pm-7:15pm BST (17:30 GMT) < > « » Premiere < > « »
(actually broadcast at 18:29:25)
Featuring: Matt Smith, Jenna-Louise Coleman, Neve McIntosh, Diana Rigg, Rachael Stirling

Broadcast notes:

There was a transmission error during the episode at 33:37, where a sound glitch occured as the Doctor was asking Mrs Gillyflower about her daughter during their confrontation in the sitting room.
Broadcast Source: BBC
Final chart position for The Crimson Horror

Ratings Information:

Initial figures: 4.610m viewers (overnight), 25.2% audience share, 3rd place day
Consolidated figures: 6.470m viewers (+7 days), 31.5% audience share, 20th place, AI 85
Online player figures: 1.65m requests as of 21st May 2013

Overnights: the episode achieved an overnight audience of 4.61 million viewers, a share of 25.2% of the total TV audience. The top spots of the day remain consistent, with Doctor Who beaten by the usual suspects for the evening. The highest-rated show continues to be Britain's Got Talent on ITV, with 9.52m (10.13m with +1) watching, capturing a 45.0%(47.8%) share of the audience. The BBC's talent show, The Voice, was watched by 7.99 million (35.3% share). Casualty swapped places with Doctor Who this week to become third, with 4.96m watching (23.9% share).

Finals: Once ITV HD and +1 figures are factored in, Doctor Who was the 20th most watched programme on British Television for the week. On BBC One, Doctor Who was the sixth most watched programme of the week and it was the third most watched programme of Saturday, behind the two reality shows Britain's Got Talent and The Voice.

Live+7 Figures: 7.59m (Live+VOSDAL: 4.61m, Narrative Repeat: 0.32m, Time-Shift: 1.83m, iPlayer: 0.83m)

iPlayer: there were 1,436,856 requests in the first week, rising to 1,646,968m after 17 days. After 22 days availability it had risen to 1,705,378.