Here’s a look at the latest UK TV viewing figures for Sunday’s night of TV (March 25).
On ITV, Celebrity Catchphrase continued with its new series, dropping to 3.5 million viewers from last week’s 4.2 million.
The Durrells’ third series on ITV at 8PM was also down, interesting 4.9 million compared to last Sunday’s 5.6 million viewers. However, the show was up 300,000 viewers on 2017’s second instalment.
After, The Good Karma Hospital’s series two continued with 4.8 million viewers, 300,000 below its opener. Unlike The Durrells, The Good Karma Hospital was down year-on-year by around 500,000 viewers.
On BBC One, Countryfile was the most watched show of the evening – and indeed the whole day – with 5.4 million viewers. Although it was the top TV programme of Sunday, the episode was down over a million viewers on last week.
New comedy Hold the Sunset’s sixth and final episode had 3.8 million viewers, a rise of 200,000 on last Sunday but still well down on the launch figure of 6.2 million.
Masterchef then aired to 3.6 million viewers while a feature length documentary, RAF AT 100 With Ewan And Colin McGregor, had 3.5 million from 8:30PM.
Elsewhere, on BBC Two, Top Gear had 2.3 million viewers, down 200,000 on last Sunday.