Peter J Ross wrote:The one fact that about viewer habits that we can get from the
> I don't dispute that a lot of people are too moronic to stop watching
> Moffat's mindless shit; but that won't save a show that used
> frequently to get more than 8 million viewers from cancellation now
> that it's permanently past its peak.
figures, is that DW's overnight ratings seem to almost entirely depend
on which gameshows its scheduled after or against, and not on DW
It got it's highest overnight figures this season when it followed
And it gets lower figures when it follows less popular shows like
This suggests that DW is not the sort of must-see program that
So, despite its ratings being actually pretty good for a light-hearted
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