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'Geordie Shore' parties with 320k on MTV

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MTV's new reality TV show Geordie Shore premiered with 320k on Tuesday evening, while Channel 4's Four Rooms failed to break the 1m mark, the latest audience data has revealed.

Geordie Shore, a British spinoff of US show Jersey Shore featuring some of the biggest party animals in the North-East, debuted with a solid 320k (1.8%) on MTV in the 10pm hour.

Also launching on Tuesday night was Four Rooms, a factual series in which members of the public attempt to sell rare and unique items to four dealers, with the show averaging a modest 950k (4.1%) for Channel 4 in the 8pm hour and 184k (0.8%) on +1.

In the 9pm hour, Crimewatch tracked down 4.83m (21%) on BBC One, beating Home is Where the Heart Is, which had 1.9m (8.3%) on ITV1 and 103k (0.6%) on +1. The Secret Millionaire enchanted 1.61m (7%) on Channel 4, down 400k week-on-week, and 182k (1%) on timeshift.

Earlier, Military Driving School drove away with 2.2m (10.7%) on ITV1 from 7.30pm. BBC One's Holby City fetched 5.21m (22.8%) in the 8pm hour, beating special documentary Prince Philip At 90's 4.1m (18%) on ITV1 and 375k (1.6%) on +1. Crimewatch Update had 3.45m (21.1%) on BBC One from 10.45pm.

Over at BBC Two, Britain's Next Big Thing registered 1.19m (6%) in the 7pm hour. RHS Chelsea Flower Show mustered 2.64m (11.5%) from 8pm and 172k (0.8%) on BBC HD. The Country House Revealed gathered 1.63m (7.1%) in the 9pm hour and 114k (0.5%) in HD. Later Live with Jools Holland captivated 520k (2.6%) from 10pm.

Jamie's Food Revolution Hits Hollywood appealed to 1.12m (6.3%) on Channel 4 in the 10pm hour and 115k (1.2%) on +1. Misfits had 260k (2.8%) from 11pm.

Channel 5's Zoo Days entertained 389k (1.9%) from 7.30pm, before Supersize Grime disgusted 822k (3.6%). CSI and CSI: Miami brought in 2.3m (10%) and 1.3m (6.8%) respectively from 9pm.

Overall, BBC One owned primetime with 24.8% against ITV1's 14% (+1: 0.8%). BBC Two came in third place with 7.2%, followed by Channel 5's 5.5% and Channel 4's 5.3% (+1: 0.7%).

Elsewhere, the UK television premiere of the fifth season of Primeval was watched by 315k (1.4%) on Watch in the 8pm hour.

BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional

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