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June 1st, 2010 34 comments

The Hungry Earth Final Ratings

Final viewing figures for Matt Smiths Eighth story, The Hungry Earth show that the story achieved a Total Rating of 6.5m viewers (inc Hd)

6.01 Million viewers watched on BBC1 whilst a further 0.48 million watched on the BBC HD channel

This represents a time shift of nearly 2 million.

Overnight viewing figures were 4.5m viewers (inc Hd ) with a 32.2% audience share.

Totals so far…

The Eleventh Hour 10.08 million

The Beast Below 8.4 million

Victory of the Daleks 8.2 million

The Time of Angels 8.6 million

Flesh and Stone 8.5 million

The Vampires of Venice 7.7 million

Amy’s Choice 7.5m

The Hungry Earth 6.5m

Source: BARB

34 comments

  • Mason Bingley

    April 21st, 2013 - 10:16pm

    I liked Hungry Earth a lot and i so hope that the last episode of series 7 will do atleast 11 million because the special voyage of the damned recieved over 13 million so doctor who can reach high standards but i wont be able to watch it cos im on holiday 🙁

  • VW Beetle Parts

    April 21st, 2011 - 2:53am

    Thank you for posting this wonderful post. Simply put i cant state that I agree with every thing throughout here however , there are a few great factors made. Cheers

  • CAKE! OR PASTA?

    June 4th, 2010 - 9:20am

    THE VIEWING FIGURES ARE GOING LOWER AND LOWER, BUT THE FINALE RATINGS WILL BE ABOUT……

    8.9 MILLON (OVERNIGHT)

    10.5 MILLION (FINAL RATINGS)

  • RedBlu

    June 2nd, 2010 - 6:54pm

    Also, just to say, I’ve been a long standing whovian myself, in fact over the course of my childhood I must have gone back and either watched or read just about every serial ever made, and RTDs era was a bitter disappointment, for me. I genuinely felt like the episodes were coming with a “your IQ must not be higher than…” warning.

    This new season has been such a welcome relief, finally the show I knew and loved, which hadn’t had a season without an episode that caused me to turn of my TV in anger since 1989, is back and better than ever.

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