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'Catchphrase', 'Off Their Rockers' have strong start on ITV

Catchphrase returned well for ITV in the Sunday night ratings, overnight data has revealed.

Stephen Mulhern's rebooted gameshow attracted 4.81 million viewers (23.0%) at 7pm, while the UK version of hidden camera show Off Their Rockers amused 4.90m (21.2%) at 7.30pm.

'Catchphrase' revival: Stephen Mulhern


'Catchphrase' revival: Stephen Mulhern

Foyle's War's final episode of its current series increased from last week to 5.65m (22.6%) at 8pm.

BBC One's Countryfile achieved the biggest primetime ratings of the evening, with 6.32m (28.4%) people tuning in at 7pm.

The Village dropped over a million viewers from last week's premiere episode to a still-strong 5.31m (21.0%) at 8pm.

BBC Two's coverage of the MotoGP attracted 1.67m (6.9%) from 7.30pm, while comedy It's Kevin brought in 346,000 viewers at (2.1%) at 10.30pm.

Apprentice star Nick Hewer's Countdown to Freetown documentary was watched by 391k (1.7%) at 7pm on Channel 4. The King's Speech starring Colin Firth attracted 2.17m (10.5%) at 9pm.

Channel 5 won 1.06m (4.2%) for the latest episode of Once Upon a Time, while Person of Interest thrilled 774k (4.2%) at 10pm.

BBC Three secured the best ratings across the digital channels, with How To Train Your Dragon netting 818k (3.2%) at 8.30pm, while Barely Legal Drivers was seen by 806k (4.4%) at 10pm.
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