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324,000 tune in for last ever 'BSG'

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324,000 tune in for last ever 'BSG'
The last ever episode of Battlestar Galactica pulled in 324k (1.8%) for Sky1 yesterday, according to overnight viewing figures.

The finale to the series, which aired between 9pm and 11.50pm, was reported to have made actor Jamie Bamber cry.

Elsewhere on the multichannel stations, Shameless logged 713k (9.8%) for E4 at 11pm, and 502k (3.7%) tuned in to watch a new episode of Horne And Corden between 10.30pm and 11pm, a drop of 305k from the first episode.

BBC One's Mistresses ended its run with 4.12m (17.6%) at 9pm. It beat ITV1's Holloway, which took 3.93m (16.8%).

Heston's Roman Feast, the fourth and final part of his series, managed 2.15m (9.2%) for Channel 4, with a further 291k (1.9%) tuning in on Channel 4+1.

CSI continued to perform well for Five, drawing 3.37m (14.4%) during the hour, although it failed to beat last week's series high of 4m. BBC Two was last for the hour, drawing 2.09m (9%) for Horizon.

Holby City was in the lead at 8pm, averaging 5.65m (24.3%) for BBC One during the hour. Its nearest competitor, ITV1's New Homes From Hell, drew 3.69m (15.8%).

BBC Two's Coast was watched by 2.12m (9.1%), while Five's documentary The Lion Cub From Harrods attracted 2.09m (9%).

Channel 4 was last for the hour, taking 1.94m (8.3%) for the penultimate episode of Supersize vs Superskinny.

Overall, BBC One came out on top in primetime with an average share of 22% to ITV1's 18.8%.Channel 4 was third with 8.2% (+1: 0.8%), followed by Five with 8.8% and BBC Two with 7.3%.

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Ratings data supplied by Attentional

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