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James Corden's 'The Wrong Mans' attracts over 3 million on BBC Two

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James Corden and Mathew Baynton's The Wrong Mans attracted over 3 million viewers for its first episode on Tuesday (September 24), according to overnight figures.

BBC Two's new comedy series was seen by 3.08m (13.5%) at 9pm. Sarah Millican's Television Programme returned with 1.73m (7.9%) at 9.30pm.


Earlier, The Great British Bake Off rose once again to 5.79m (26.4%) at 8pm.

On BBC One, New Tricks rose by almost 500,000 to 7.10m (31.8%) at 9pm to top the ratings outside of soaps. Stacey Dooley's Girls Behind Bars interested 1.79m (17.0%) at 10.30pm.

ITV's Ade in Adland was seen by 1.41m (6.9%) at 8pm, followed by Being Paul Gascoigne with 1.78m (7.1%) at 9pm (193k/1.2% on +1).

Great British Bake Off judges Sue Perkins & Mel Giedroyc

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The Great British Bake Off

Richard Castle and Kate Beckett from Castle

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Castle



On Channel 4, Double Your House for Half the Money appealed to 942k (4.3%) at 8pm (196k/0.9%). My Big Fat Gypsy Ladies' Day entertained 1.73m (7.7%) at 9pm (367k/2.4%).

Channel 5's latest episode of CSI: NY thrilled 1.01m (4.5%) at 9pm (276k/1.8%), followed by the returning Castle with 755k (4.7%) at 10pm (206k/2.4%).

On BBC Three, Bad Education amused 807k (4.7%) at 10pm.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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