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Peter Andre still a ratings draw for ITV2 with 'My Life'

Peter Andre's My Life beat BBC Two's The Hour in the 9pm slot last night (Wednesday, December 5).

The 'Mysterious Girl' singer's latest fly-on-the-wall series restarted with an audience of 973,000 (4.2%), pipping drama The Hour's 965k (4.2%) for BBC Two.

Peter Andre on Daybreak, 4 December 2012

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New ITV drama The Town dominated the slot with a respectable 4.2 million (18.5%), adding 281k for the critically-acclaimed premiere starring Sherlock's Andrew Scott.

BBC One's factual offering War on Britain's Roads managed 3.47m (15.1%), while Grand Designs interested 1.36m (5.9%) on Channel 4 (+1: 183k), and Chris Tarrant's new Channel 5 series Extreme Railways opened with 1.18m (5.2%) as well as 108k on timeshift.

I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! made a final bow in the 8pm hour with its usual Coming Out show, which logged 6.13m (26.3%) and 404k on ITV1 +1.

Winner Charlie Brooks with daughter Kiki

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Behind I'm a Celeb at the same time was BBC One's Supersized Earth (3.46m/14.6%), BBC Two's MasterChef: The Professionals (2.83m/12%), Channel 5's Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle (1.12m/4.7%) and Sarah Beeny's Selling Houses (1.02m/4.3%) on Channel 4 (+1: 181k).

Overall, ITV1 topped primetime with 23.7% (+1: 1.1%), beating BBC One's 16.9%. BBC Two earned third place with 6.4%, ahead of Channel 4's 4.1% (+1: 0.8%), and Channel 5's 4% (+1: 0.3%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional
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