Ratings round-up: 6.6m continue to worship ‘Broadchurch’

It’s been another good week for ITV drama, with both Broadchurch and Scott & Bailey pulling in viewers.

David Tennant’s Broadchurch is still the most popular non-soap show on a Monday night with 6.6m viewers and a 25.7% share of the audience. Meanwhile, Plebs is still doing well over on ITV2 and pulled in 508k (2.5%) this week.

Sky’s cult US imports Game of Thrones and Arrow attracted 474k (1.9%) and 493k (2%) respectfully.

Tuesday saw the latest instalment of The Syndicate deposit a healthy 5.2m (22%) viewers into the bank for BBC One and the final series of Shameless continued to dance around the 1 million mark with 958k (5.7%) viewers.

Channel 5’s CSI double delivered 1.5m (6.5%) for the original show whilst the New York set version had 1m (5.9%).

The Mimic drew to a close this week with 656k (3.5%) on Channel 4 and NCIS performed well with 1.2m (5%) viewers on Channel 5.

Finally, the third series of Scott & Bailey arrested 5.4m (23.1%) viewers on Wednesday night.

All data was supplied by Attentional, Digital Spy and The Guardian.

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