It’s been another good week for ITV drama, with both Broadchurch and Scott & Bailey pulling in viewers.
The second episode of Doctor Who’s new run pulled in a respectable 5.5m (28.8%) viewers on Saturday, but was slightly down on the previous weekend’s opening episode.
ITV drama suffered another mixed week as Lightfields came to an end with only 3.3m (14.5%) viewers, but Broadchurch continued to perform strongly and attracted 7.2m viewers on Monday night.
An old favourite made a triumphant return to ITV this weekend as the young blood struggled to maintain its strong start.
ITV’s Broadchurch went from strength to strength this week and the second series of The Syndicate had a strong opening on BBC One.
Zombie drama In The Flesh launched on BBC Three on Sunday with a respectable 668k viewers.
The second series of Prisoners' Wives debuted on BBC One on Thursday to an audience share of 17.8% and 4m viewers.
David Tennant returned to our screens in ITV’s new drama Broadchurch last week with 6.2m viewers.
The final episode of Death in Paradise’s second series came to an end last week with 6.1m viewers and a 25.4% share of the audience.
The first series of Ripper Street concluded on Sunday with an average audience of 5.1m viewers and an audience share of 20.1%.