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JR's funeral in 'Dallas' pulls in 400k for Channel 5

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Dallas's emotional farewell to Larry Hagman's iconic TV character JR Ewing failed to reignite Channel 5's ratings last night (March 20).

In its new late night slot at 11pm, the US soap attracted 399k (4.4%), overnight date reveals. A further 55k (1.2%) watched JR's funeral on +1.

Dallas S02E08: 'JR's Masterpiece'

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Dallas on Channel 5



Earlier in the evening, Whale Adventure with Nigel Marven had 949k (4.19%) viewers at 8pm on Channel 5. CSI pulled in 1.43 million (6.11%) at 9pm, while CSI: New York (4.6k) followed with 763k at 10pm.

On BBC One, The Syndicate returned for a second series and won the 9pm slot with 5.43 million viewers (23.1%). The latest edition of Pointless at 5.15pm earned 3.45 million (22.9%).

BBC Two's evening included The Fixer at 8pm, which had 2.80 million (12.34%) and The Railway: Keeping Britain On Track, which had 2.18 million (9.3%) at 9pm. Sue Perkins's sitcom continued to struggle in the 10pm slot, only pulling in 730k (4.02%).

Midsomer Murders intrigued 3.28 million (14.1%) from 8pm for ITV.

On Channel 4, Bedtime Live attracted 1.32 million (5.8%) at 8pm, 16 Kids And Counting had 1.64 million (7.0%) at 9pm and the latest episode of Shameless had 1.02 million (6.4%) at 10pm.

BBC Three army comedy Bluestone 42 had 506k (2.7%) at 10pm, while the latest episode of Elementary had 447k (1.9%) on Sky Living at 9pm.

ITV2's US import The Vampire Diaries had an audience of 376k (1.6%).

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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