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Britain's Got Talent continues to top Saturday ratings with 9.18m

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Britain's Got Talent pulled in 9.18 million viewers last night (April 26), topping Saturday primetime ratings once again, according to overnight data.

42.6% of the audience share tuned into the ITV talent show from 7pm, while an added 897k (4.3%) viewers watched an hour later on ITV+1.

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Rock and Roll Street Stars on Britain's Got Talent


Later on the channel, quiz show Amazing Greys continued with 3.11m (15.3%) at 8.15pm, and Law & Order: UK thrilled 1.38m (8.3%) at 9.15pm. The Americans was seen by 461k (2.8%) at 10.15pm.

On BBC One, Pointless Celebrities entertained 3.38m (16%) from 7pm, followed by Dale Winton's National Lottery: In It To Win It at 7.50pm, which pulled in 3.62m (17%).

Medical drama Casualty enthralled 4.7m (23.4%) at 8.40pm, while Rob Brydon's The Guess List continued with 3.52m (19%) at 9.30pm.

Over on BBC Two, 850k (3.9%) tuned in to watch coverage of the snooker world championship at 7pm, while 950k (4.5%) were entertained by a showing of the pilot episode of Porridge at 8pm.

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New series Generation War kicked off at 9.30pm with 920k (5.1%).

Channel 4's biggest primetime ratings of the evening came from a showing of James Cameron's Avatar, which pulled in 1.15m (6.3%) from 8.15pm. Grand Designs was seen by 450k (2.1%) earlier at 7.15pm.

Over on Channel 5, a double bill of NCIS thrilled 483k (2.2%) and 681k (3.35%) at 7.30pm and 8.15pm respectively, while Britain's Funniest Comedy Characters amused 804k (5.1%) from 9.15pm.

ITV2 spinoff Britain's Got More Talent topped the multichannel ratings with 949k (4.68%) at 8.15pm, while BBC Three's showing of Toy Story 3 entertained 757k (3.8%) in the same timeslot. Also at 8.15pm, Doc Martin brought in 664k (3.2%) on ITV3.

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