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Tuesday, 13 July 2010

BB11: Big Brother Viewing Figures - Day 28 - 33

After a month of broadcasting, Big Brother 11 suffered the usual dip as the latest viewing figures reveal. The final series of Big Brother also had to contend with shifts in the programme schedules and the World Cup.

Day 33 (Sun 11 July) - The world cup final impacted Big Brother, but it still managed to attract 1.5m (10.4%) to Channel 4 between 9.30pm and 10.30pm, with a further 470,000 (3%) watching the programme on C4+1. The argument between John James and Josie was the main focus of the programme.

Day 32 (Sat 10 July) - Big Brother attracted 1.69m (8.4%) for Channel 4 in the 9pm slot as Nathan's final hours in the BB11 house were highlighted.

Day 31 (Fri 9 July) - Nathan became the fourth housemate evicted and 2.46m (11.7%) tuned into the highlights show with another and 2.38m (14.5%) watching his eviction interview with Davina McCall.

Day 30 (Thur 8 July) - Big Brother, shifted to 8pm this week to make way for Channel 4's sex education programming, but lost some of their regular viewers as it went head-to-head with Emmerdale. Just  1.5 (7%) watched the housemates fall out, with another 725,000 (3.3%) watched an hour later on Channel 4 +1.

Ratings for the 11th and final series are up compared to last year's run, according to figures up to Tuesday, 6 July.
The average audience is up 18% year on year at 2.54 million, compared with 2.15 million at the same point in series 10. Average share is also up, from 10.5% to 12.5%.

Day 29 (Wed 7 July) - BB11 was viewed by 1.58m (6.5%) on  Channel 4 in the earlier timeslot of  8pm, with 383,000 (1.6%) watching the show on Channel 4 +1.

Day 28 (Tues 6 July) - Tensions continued to run high in the house as Shabby walked with highlights at 10pm gaining 2.52 million (13.6% audience share), C4 +1 had another 189,000 (1.8%) tuning in.

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  2. the show is dull with out shabby bringing her back would be a possitive thing for everyone bb knows that so bring her back


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