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Doctor Who Series 7 Ratings Accumulator (2013)


UPDATE: Finale final figure added.

According to early overnight viewing figures The Name of the Doctor was watched by 5.5 million viewers on BBC1.

The overnight figures are only early estimates and we can expect a sizeable increase when the final BARB figures are released next week. Unlike the overnights, the final figures also count those who recorded the show and watched it later, making them a more accurate measure of how many were watching.

  • The Name of the Doctor – 5.5 million (overnight) 7.45 million (final figure)
  • Nightmare in Silver – 4.7 million (overnight) 6.64 million (final figure)
  • The Crimson Horror – 4.61 million (overnight) 6.47 million (final figure)
  • Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS – 4.9 million (overnight) 6.50 million (final figure)
  • Hide – 5 million (overnight) 6.61 million (final figure)
  • Cold War – 5.7 million (overnight) 7.37 million (final figure)
  • The Rings of Akhaten – 5.5 million (overnight) 7.45 million (final figure)
  • The Bells of Saint John – 6.18 million (overnight) 8.44 million (final figure)
  • The Snowmen – 7.6 million (overnight) 9.87 million (final figure)
  • The Angels Take Manhattan – 5.9 million (overnight) 7.82 million (final figure)
  • The Power of Three – 5.5 million (overnight) 7.67 million (final figure)
  • A Town Called Mercy – 6.6 million (overnight) 8.42 million (final figure)
  • Dinosaurs on a Spaceship – 5.5 million (overnight) 7.57 million (final figure)
  • Asylum of the Daleks – 6.4 million (overnight) 8.3 million (final figure)

Note: Overnight and BARB figures do not include iPlayer viewings which have, in some cases, added over 2 million on top of these.

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