Revolution pulled in the highest viewing figures last month, with the JJ Abrams sci-fi drama's third episode attracting 2.12m viewers for Sky1.
In second position was Arrow - the comic book adaptation's 18th instalment drew 1.83m on April 1.
Game of Thrones emerged as the biggest draw for Sky Atlantic, with 1.68m tuning in for the third season premiere, again on April 1.
Fourth and fifth place respectively went to editions of Elementary (April 2 - 1.43m) and The Following (April 23 - 1.32m).
Documentary series Greggs: More Than Meats The Pie was Sky's most-watched original series, with 1.27m tuning in for its April 29 debut, with Sky Living series Hawaii Five-0 (April 21 - 1.26m) and Criminal Minds (April 1 - 11m) close behind.
The final two positions in the top ten went to Kiefer Sutherland's Touch - which drew 1.1m to Sky1 with its season two premiere - and Spartacus: War of the Damned, which attracted 1.08m on April 8.
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Watch a trailer for Revolution below: