Seven Days draws fewer than one million to C4

Channel 4's new documentary series 'Seven Days' was beaten by all four of the other terrestrial channels between 10pm and 11pm last night, according to unofficial overnight figures.

Seven Days: Channel 4 reality show attracts fewer than one million
Seven Days: Channel 4 reality show attracts fewer than one million

‘Seven Days’ is an eight-part series documenting the lives of real people living in Notting Hill, including a florist, a student and two pet therapists. The first part was shot last week in keeping with the shows' strategy to depict the residents reacting to recent events.

The well-advertised show had an average audience of 994,100 between 10pm and 11pm, a 5.9% share of the TV watching audience. An additional 141,900 viewers watched ‘Seven Days’ on Channel 4+1.

‘Midsomer Murders’ was the most watched show between 9pm and 11pm with an average audience of 4.93 million viewers across ITV1 and ITV1 HD, a 20.8% share of the TV watching audience.

BBC One was the most watched channel between 10pm and 11pm. The ‘BBC News at Ten’ was the most watched show between 10pm and 10.30pm with an average audience of 4.46 million viewers, a 22.4% share of the TV watching audience.

In the 10.30pm to 11pm slot an average of 2.28 million people watched ‘Regional News and Weather’ and the first 15 minutes of ‘The Science of the Young Ones’ on BBC One.

The second episode of ‘Lost Land of the Tiger’ attracted an average of 3.6 million viewers between 9pm and 10pm, a 15.1% share of the TV watching audience but down from the 5.03 million it scored on Tuesday night.

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