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Fiz's trial helps 'Coronation Street' double rule Monday

Fiz takes the stand in court and protests her innocence


Coronation Street eclipsed EastEnders again in the Monday night ratings battle as Fiz's trial began, according to overnight audience data.

ITV1's Coronation Street averaged 9.15m (40%) from 7.30pm with John's distant vigil while Fiz was led into court. The soap was seen by 8.88m (35.9%) from 8.30pm and 143k (0.6%) on +1 as Fiz started to fear that she had no hope of escaping a prison sentence.

On EastEnders, Christian's dawning realisation that Syed had been lying to him over Amira appealed to 8.66m (34.7%) on BBC One from 8pm. A further 638k (3%) caught BBC Three's repeat screening from 10pm.

Emmerdale was watched by 7.64m (34.2%) on ITV1 from 7pm and 106k (0.4%) on +1 as Gennie handed in her notice to the Sharma brothers.

Elsewhere, Hollyoaks was seen by 1.31m (6.2%) on Channel 4 from 6.30pm and a further 107k (0.4%) tuned in on +1. E4's first look showing was seen by 566k (2.5%) from 7pm.

Doctors averaged 1.51m (19.5%) for BBC One from 1.45pm, while Neighbours had 661k (8.5%) on Channel 5. Neighbours also fetched 1.21m (7.6%) for its repeat from 5.30pm.

Home And Away managed 998k (5.2%) on Channel 4 from 6.30pm, before 5*'s first look at the next episode pulled in 533k (2.5%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad
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