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Monday, 6 December 2021 - Reported by Marcus
Flux Chapter 6 - The Vanquishers:  (Credit: BBC Studios (Sam Taylor))

Doctor Who The Vanquishers was watched by 3.58 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures. This is a slight drop from episode 5's 3.82 million

It was the day's fifth most-watched programme of the day.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for Episode Five: Survivors of the Flux was 4.72 million. 

Doctor Who was the 9th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 25th most-watched on all British television for the week. 





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Tuesday, 30 November 2021 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Survivors of the Flux: Dan (John Bishop) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

Flux: Chapter Five: Survivors of the Flux  achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 77.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

With one more episode to come, 77 also reflects the average for the series so far.





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Monday, 29 November 2021 - Reported by Marcus
Survivors of the Flux: Jericho (Kevin Mcnally), Yasmin Khan (Mandip Gill) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

Doctor Who Survivors of the Flux was watched by 3.82 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures.

The figure is a increase from last week's episode. Top for the evening was  Strictly Come Dancing - Results on BBC 1 with 8.95 million watching.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for Episode Four: Village of the Angels was 4.55 million. This is now the lowest seven-day consolidated rating since the series returned in 2005.

However, In terms of chart position, Doctor Who is still performing strongly. It was the 8th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 21st most-watched on all British television.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





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Wednesday, 24 November 2021 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Village of the Angels: Weeping Angel (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

Flux: Chapter Four: Village of the Angels achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 79.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

The figure is a marked improvement on the previous week, and is the highest acheived so far this series.

 





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Monday, 22 November 2021 - Reported by Marcus
Village of the Angels: Jericho (Kevin Mcnally), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Claire (Annabel Scholey) (Credit: BBC Studios (BBC Studios))

Doctor Who Village of the Angels was watched by 3.45 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures.

The figure is a slight drop from last week's episode. Top for the evening was I'm A Celebrity on ITV1 with 8.03 million watching.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for Episode Three: Once, Upon Time was 4.67 million. This is the lowest seven-day consolidated rating since the series returned in 2005.

However, In terms of chart position, Doctor Who is still performing strongly. It was the 6th most-watched programme on BBC Television for the week and the 19th most-watched on all British television.





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Tuesday, 16 November 2021 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Once, Upon Time: Craig Parkinson (Credit: BBC Studios (Ben Blackall))

Flux: Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time achieved an Audience Appreciation Index score of 75.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

Range-wise, a figure of 60 is considered poor with 85 as excellent, so in context 75 sits firmly between those two views; however it is the lowest received by the series since its return in 2005.

The average for Flux at its halfway point is 76.





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Monday, 15 November 2021 - Reported by Marcus
Once, Upon Time: Cybermen (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

Doctor Who Once, Upon Time was watched by 3.76 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures.

The figure is a slight drop from last week's episode.

The seven-day consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for the War of The Sontarans was 5.10 million.

This made Doctor Who the 13th most-watched programme on British television for the week ending 7th November





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Tuesday, 9 November 2021 - Reported by Chuck Foster
War of The Sontarans: The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker), Mary (Sara Powell), Yasmin Khan (Mandip Gill), Dan (John Bishop) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

Flux: Chapter Two: War of The Sontarans had an Audience Appreciation Index score of 77.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

The figure is up a percentile on the 76 received by the series opener last week, indicating a higher appreciation amongst the programme commentators.





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Monday, 8 November 2021 - Reported by Marcus
War of The Sontarans: Mary (Sara Powell), The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) (Credit: BBC Studios (James Pardon))

 

Doctor Who War of The Sontarans was watched by 3.96 million viewers according to unofficial overnight figures.

The figure is a drop of half a million from last week's season premiere, not unusual for the second episode of a season.

The final consolidated figure, which includes all those who watch the episode within one week. for the The Halloween Apocalypse was 5.79 million.

This made Doctor Who the 9th most-watched programme on British television for the week ending 31st October. 

 

 





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Tuesday, 2 November 2021 - Reported by Chuck Foster
Weeping Angel (Credit: James Pardon / BBC Studios)

Flux: Chapter One: The Halloween Apocalypse had an Audience Appreciation Index score of 76.

The Appreciation Index or AI is a measure of how much the audience enjoyed the programme. The score, out of a hundred, is compiled by a specially selected panel of around 5,000 people who go online and rate and comment on programmes.

The previous series opener, Spyfall: Part One  (New Year's Day 2020) achieved a score of 82, whilst the most recent episode, New Year's Day adventure Revolution of the Daleks, achieved a score of 79. The thirteenth Doctor's era as a whole has a a current average score of 80.

The score of 76 is the lowest achieved for the series since Love & Monsters in 2006.