Doctor Who: Flux | Consolidated Ratings - Chapter Three

UPDATED: Episode 3 figures added.

Doctor Who returned to out screens on Sunday 31st October, with The Doctor and Yaz joined by Dan Lewis in the TARDIS.



CHAPTER THREE - ONCE, UPON TIME


The third episode of Doctor Who: Flux has consolidated to 4,671,311 viewers*, according to official BARB figures release this afternoon.


It was the 7th highest rating show for BBC One that week.



CHAPTER TWO - WAR OF THE SONTARANS


Overnight, the second chapter of 'War Of The Sontarans' come in with a respectable 3.96m viewers.


Monday 15th November: The second episode of Doctor Who: Flux has consolidated to 5,103,013 viewers*, according to official BARB figures release this afternoon.



For context, it was the 13th most watched show of the week across all channels. It was the 4th highest rating show for BBC One that week, and the 2nd most watched show of Sunday 7th November across all channels.


CHAPTER ONE - THE HALLOWEEN APOCALYPSE


Overnight, the first chapter 'The Halloween Apocalypse' came in with a healthy 4.43 million viewers - making the second most watched show of the day behind Strictly Come Dancing: The Results.



Monday 08 November: The opening episode of Doctor Who: Flux has consolidated to 5,785,035 viewers*, according to official BARB figures released this afternoon.


For context, it remains the second most watched programme of the day across all channels, only behind Strictly Come Dancing: The Results which had 8,704,400 afterwards on BBC One.



New BBC drama Showtrial started with 4,982,219 at 9pm, with ITV dramas The Larkins and Angela Black consolidating to 4,870,280 and 4,994,983 respectively.


Across the week, it was the ninth most watched show across all channels, and fourth most watched drama behind Coronation Street (6,182,204, 5,851,715 and 5,807,280), The Long Call (6,004,615) and Shetland (6,032,815).




Doctor Who: Flux continues this Sunday on BBC One. Watch the series so far on BBC iPlayer.


*These figures include those who watched live, on-demand and on devices (including BBC iPlayer) within a 7-day period of first broadcast. These figures are relating to the UK only and do not account for international broadcasts. The official rating will be calculated using 28-day consolidated figures.