Here’s a round-up of the latest seven-day consolidated ratings for week 29 November-05 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.

BBC and ITV’s big hitters both top the week. Strictly leads with 10,115,447 and 8,954,654 for its Saturday night live show and Sunday night results show respectively. Also on BBC One, The Wheel continued with 5,316,144 and Top Gear with 5,247,510.

On ITV, the week was dominated by the continuation of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! after its three day absence due to Storm Arwen. The highest rating episode was that of Tuesday night, which drew and audience of 7,637,530. The lowest ratings episode of the week was Saturday night, with an audience of just over 6.4m.

Other ratings worth noting are that of BBC One’s documentary fronted by Paddy and Christine McGuinness. Their documentary, Our Family And Autism, has consolidated to a very respectable 4,510,121. BBC Two documentary The Princes And The Press concluded with 2.2m on Monday night.

Sunday night saw a brand new drama launch on BBC One. You Don’t Know me began with just over 4.2m viewers in the 9pm slot. A respectable figure for a drama launch against I’m A Celebrity on ITV.

The thirteenth series of Doctor Who, titled Flux, concluded with 4,612,382.

Figures are courtesy of BARB.