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Plante's 'Suspicion' ends on high of 6.9m

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Plante's 'Suspicion' ends on high of 6.9m

Rex Features

Lynda La Plante's Above Suspicion bowed out on a series high last night, early viewing figures show.

The third and final instalment of the Red Dhalia story pulled in an impressive 6.85m (25.2%) for ITV1, easily winning the 9pm hour. The first and second parts interested 6.74m (25.6%) and 6.52m (24.1%) on Monday and Tuesday respectively.

Elsewhere at 9pm, BBC One's New Tricks, which starred Hannah Waterman, took 3.85m (14.2%), Gordon Ramsay's F Word had 2.69m (9.9%) for Channel 4, and 2.37m (8.7%) watched Horizon: The Secret Life Of The Dog on BBC Two.

Five's NCIS repeat was last for the hour with 1.05m (3.9%).

Earlier, at 8pm, You've Been Framed attracted 5.06m to ITV1, 2.3m (8.7%) tuned in for Relocation, Relocation on Channel 4, and Natural World grabbed 2.28m (8.5%) for BBC Two.

Trial Of The Knights Templar averaged 1.19m (4.5%) for Five, while BBC One's My Family put in 4.44m (16.7%) between 8.30pm and 9pm.

The latest action from the Celebrity Big Brother house was seen by 3.02m (15%) at 10pm, improving slightly on the previous night's instalment.

Overall, ITV1 came top during primetime with an average share of 21% to BBC One's 19%. Channel 4 was third with 9.1% (+1: 0.8%), followed by BBC Two with 7.1% and Five's 4.2%.

Elsewhere, Sky1's Fat Families opened to 483k (1.8%) during the 8pm hour.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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