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'The Vampire Diaries' tops 550k on ITV2

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The Vampire Diaries S03E09: Klaus and Stefan

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Season three of The Vampire Diaries continued to perform on Tuesday evening, while penultimate Death In Paradise rallied to 4.8m, according to the latest audience data.

The latest episode of The Vampire Diaries attracted 552k (2.4%) on ITV2 from 9pm, up 120k week-on-week. Before, I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! gathered 677k (2.9%) and 234k (1%) on ITV2+1.

Also on the multi-channels, Around the World in 60 Minutes sailed away with 643k (2.7%) on BBC Four from 8pm, and then Afterlife: The Strange Science of Decay educated 601k (2.7%). BBC Three's Don't Tell The Bride tied the knot with 602k (2.5%) from 8pm.

New drama Death In Paradise reached its penultimate episode on BBC One with 4.79m (20.4%) from 9pm, up 440k on last week's episode. The show proved too strong for My Child's Not Perfect, which appealed to 2.46m (10.5%) on ITV1 and 155k (0.9%) on +1.

The Adventurer's Guide to Britain thrilled 2.7m (11.5%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm, and afterwards High Stakes had 1.71m (7.3%). The Imagine strand welcomed 770k (7%) to BBC One from 10.45pm.

BBC Two's The Great British Bread Experiment served up 1.65m (7.3%) in the 7pm slot and MasterChef: The Professionals fetched 3m (12.7%) from 8pm and 115k (0.5%) on BBC HD. Factual series Money continued with 1.47m (6.3%) in the 9pm slot and then Ricky Gervais's new comedy Life's Too Short amused 930k (4.9%).

The Food Hospital booked in 1.28m (5.4%) on Channel 4 from 8pm and 139k (0.6%) on +1. The Great British Property Experiment built 1.65m (7.1%) in the 9pm slot and 203k (1.2%) on timeshift. The Million Pound Drop Live's new run continued with 1.38m (9.7%) from 10pm and 108k (1.4%) an hour later.

Over at Channel 5, How to Take Stunning Photos snapped up 341k (1.5%) from 7.30pm, and then London: The Inside Story pulled in 857k (3.6%) from 8pm. CSI: Miami and CSI investigated 1.47m (6.3%) and 815k (4.9%) from 9pm.

Overall, BBC One dominated primetime with 22.8%, almost double ITV1's 12.5% (+1: 0.4%). BBC Two came in third with 8.1%, ahead of Channel 4's 5.4% (0.8%) and Channel 5's 3.9%.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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