ITV1 entertains 3.3 million with Homes From Hell

ITV1's 'Homes From Hell' scored 3.3 million viewers last night, coming in narrowly behind BBC One's 'Traffic Cops', according to unofficial overnight figures.

Homes from Hell: runner-up in last night's TV ratings
Homes from Hell: runner-up in last night's TV ratings

The property development nightmares programme gave ITV1 a 15.3% share of viewing at 9pm-10pm, ahead of Channel 4 and Five.

But 'Traffic Cops' took the slot's biggest audience, with 3.5 million viewers, earning BBC One a 16.4% share.

Channel 4 managed 10.9% of viewing with 'The Sex Education Show', which grabbed an audience of 2.3 million. Including its Channel 4+1 outing, it was watched by 2.8 million.

Five's Thursday night movie 'Conspiracy Theory' enticed just under a million viewers, giving it a 5.3% share between 9pm and 11.45pm.

It was outperformed at 9pm-10pm by a BBC Two drama, 'Dive'. The first of the two-part series attracted 1.5 million viewers and a 7.1% share of viewing.

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