Monday, 12 November 2018 - Reported by Marcus
Doctor Who: Demons Of The Punjab was watched by 5.77 million viewers, a share of 27.5% of the total TV audience, according to unofficial overnight figures.
The rating makes Doctor Who the third highest rated programme for the Sunday and the 11th for the week ending 11th November.
Highest for the day was the Strictly Come Dancing - Results Show which had 8.92 million viewers, while Dynasties, the new David Attenborough had 5.90 million. The BBC Drama The Little Drummer Girl had 2.77 million.
ITV peaked with 3.93 million watching The X Factor while, against Doctor Who, The Chase: Celebrity Special had 3.77 million viewers.
Saturdays Strictly Come Dancing topped the week with 9.91 million, while the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance came third for the week with 6.78 million watching. Four editions of Coronation Street and two Emmerdales pushed Doctor Who into 11th place, although a top ten place is likely when final figures are released.
Final figures should be available next Monday.