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4.1m watch Anthea Turner exit 'Hell'

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4.1m watch Anthea Turner exit 'Hell'

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Last night's Hell's Kitchen pulled in 4.08m (18.2%) for ITV1, according to the latest viewing figures.

The episode, which aired at 9pm, saw Anthea Turner become the latest celebrity to be sacked by Marco Pierre White.

It's nearest rival, BBC One's Traffic Cops, took 3.98m (17.7%).

Five's The Mentalist stayed fairly even with last week's effort, putting in 2.4m (10.7%), while the second episode of BBC Two's Professor Regan's... drew 1.83m (8.1%).

Channel 4 documentary Kimberley: Young Mum Ten Years On, a follow up to her 1999 film Fifteen, came last for the hour with 1.62m (7.2%).

Earlier, at 8pm, The Bill averaged 4.49m (21%) for ITV1, and BBC Two's Coast grabbed 1.95m (9.1%).

The second episode of Kirstie's Home-made Home was seen by 2.35m (11%), while Five's I Own Britain's Best Home attracted a lowly 603k (2.8%).

Over on BBC One, 5.34m (25.5%) tuned in for My Family at 8pm. The audience then dropped to 4.01m (18.3%) during the 8.30pm screening of DIY SOS.

Overall, BBC One came top during primetime with an average share of 23.3% to ITV1's 18.7%. Channel 4 was third with 7.2% (+1: 0.8%), followed by BBC Two's 7.5% and Five with 5.5%.

Elsewhere, Katie & Peter: Stateside pulled in 769k (3.8%) for ITV2 at 9pm, beating Sky1's Bones, which was seen by 600k (3%).

BBC Four documentary Who Killed The Honey Bee? put in 588k (2.9%) during the hour, and the latest episode of E4's The Inbetweeners managed 679k (4%) at 10pm.

Ratings data supplied by Attentional

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