Here’s a round-up of the latest seven-day consolidated ratings for week 06-12 December 2021. Figures are courtesy of BARB, and include those who watched live and those who watched within a seven-day period on catch-up.

Unsurprisingly, the week was again dominated by Strictly Come Dancing and the final week of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here. On Saturday night, Strictly Come Dancing’s semi-final was watched by a huge 10,535,247 viewers, followed by the Sunday night results show with 10,222,994 viewers.

Over on ITV, the most watched episode of I’m A Celebrity was Sunday night’s final, which was watched by 7,720,907 viewers. The least viewed episode of the week was 6,323,138 on Friday night. Also on Sunday night, ITV launched new musical talent show Walk The Line, which launched with 3m viewers overnight. The show failed to make ITV’s top-15 of the week, so consolidated viewers are unavailable.

Hit BBC Scotland comedy Two Doors Down returned to BBC Two on Monday night. It had an overnight audience of 800,000 at 10pm. Consolidated figures are currently unavailable, meaning it rated lower than 1.7m. Also on BBC Two, Vienna Blood returned with 1,989,131 viewers on Friday night.

On Channel 4, Gogglebox concluded with 4,302,905 viewers, followed by 1,592,000 for The Last Leg. Over on GB News, its most watched programme was Wednesday night’s edition of Farage with 83,000 viewers.

Two new dramas launched during the week. On Monday night, new Alibi drama Ragdoll launched with just over 560,000 viewers. On Tuesday night, Sky Atlantic’s Landscapers – starring Olivia Coleman – launched with 983,025 viewers. A repeat of the same episode attracted a further 333,600 viewers.

Figures are courtesy of BARB.