New ITV programme The Masked Singer won the ratings battle against BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer, pulling in over two million more viewers on Saturday night.
The Gavin and Stacey Christmas special has become the biggest scripted programme of the decade as more than a quarter of the UK’s population has now watched it.
Top Gear’s new presenting team has hit the ratings for six with the highest viewing figures for a launch episode since 2016.
The Voice narrowly beat the BBC’s new offering The Greatest Dancer (TGD) for a second week running after the shows launched head-to-head.
Christmas Day was once the biggest date in the television calendar, with over 20 million people tuning in to see the latest blockbuster film or comedy special.
The X Factor’s audience has fallen to its lowest level in the show’s history, new figures show.
Strictly Come Dancing saw a boost in the ratings following reports of a row between Danny John-Jules and his partner Amy Dowden.
The royal wedding boosted ITV’s ratings as it was watched by three million people, more than trebling the channel’s late-morning time slot.
Ratings for Doctor Who have fallen in recent years and the BBC will be hoping a new Doctor – and a new timeslot – will reverse the trend.
England’s semi-final clash with Croatia had one of the top five biggest ever UK TV audiences for an England World Cup match, new figures show.
France’s victory over Croatia attracted the smallest UK TV audience for a World Cup final since current records began.
England’s World Cup quarter-final match with Sweden on Saturday is likely to be seen on TV by millions of people – but what are the numbers it needs to beat to become one of the most-watched games of all time?
England’s World Cup win over Colombia was watched by an average 16.5 million people, with the audience peaking at 24.4 million, ITV has said.
Love Island has scored its highest overnight ratings, beating rival broadcast Good Evening Britain in the process.
England’s World Cup victory over Tunisia was the most-watched TV programme of 2018 so far.
England’s footballers may have a patchy record of performance at the World Cup, but when it comes to pulling in TV audiences back home, the team has enjoyed remarkably consistent success.
Ratings for the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex were a third lower than those for the marriage of Harry’s brother William, new figures show.
Simon Cowell’s return to The X Factor was watched by five million viewers, half the figure for Strictly Come Dancing.