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BBC defeats ITV in Christmas day evaluation battle

The BBC occupies the highest position in the Christmas rating battle as Queen’s Speech and Mystery in Paradise are the most watched shows on the weekend.

  • The Queen’s Speech was watched by 7.4 million viewers on BBC One on Christmas Day, making it the most watched television show of the day.
  • The most watched show on Boxing Day was BBC One’s Around the World in 80 days, with 3.9 million people watching the first part of the eight-episode series.

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The BBC The best reign in Christmas Evaluation battle QueenWhile Boxing Day’s Death in Paradise broke the charts, the speech became the hottest show of the day.

This year, the Queen’s Speech secured the top spot and was watched by an average of 7.4 million viewers on the BBC on Christmas Day, while 5.4 watched the Death In Paradise Christmas Special the following day.

The BBC secured eight of the top 10 shows that were viewed the most on December 25th. ITV I’m stuck in 8th and 9th place in the poll. The next day, the public broadcaster managed to put seven of the ten most watched shows in the bag.

Victory: Death of Paradise (Photo: Josephine Jobert and Ralf Little Stars) Breaks Boxing Day Charts

Rating Winners: The BBC occupies the highest position in the Christmas Rating Battle. Queen’s speech became the hottest show of the day, with Death In Paradise (pictured right: stars Josephine Jobert and Ralf Little) breaking the Boxing Day charts.

Christmas day rating

1. Queen’s Christmas Broadcast, BBC One, 7.4 million

2. Strictly Dancing Christmas Special, BBC One, 5.8 Million

3. Midwife, BBC One, call 4.7 million people

4. Michael McIntyre’s Christmas Wheel, BBC One, 4.6 Million

5. Blanket Blank Christmas Special, BBC One, 4.2 million

6. Mary Poppins Returns, BBC One, 3.7 million

7. Superworm, BBC One, 3.34 million

8. Coronation Street, ITV, 3.25 million

9. Emmerdale, ITV, 3 million

10. EastEnders, BBC One, 2.9 million

7.4 million viewers watched His Majesty’s annual message looking back on the death of her husband, Prince Phillip.

She bitterly talked about her deceased husband, saying that this year’s family gatherings lacked the “familiar laughter.”

It was also revealed that more people were paying attention this year to see her Highness give her speech.

More than 1 million people are watching more than 6.3 million people who watched in 2020.

Blockbuster: Singer Anne-Marie, 30, and dance partner Graziano Di Prima won the BBC's favorite Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special.

Blockbuster: Singer Anne-Marie, 30, and dance partner Graziano Di Prima won the BBC’s favorite Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special.

The Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special has a whopping 5.8 million viewers as singer Anne-Marie (30) wins the famous glitter ball with dancer Graziano Di Prima (27). It turned out to be popular with fans.

The EastEnders were a hit again this year, and fans calmed down when Mick Carter, played by Danny Dyer, was fooling his daughter-in-law Whitney and his wife Linda.

The BBC’s favorite Call The Midwife also ranked in the top ten, and the popular 80’s game show Blankety Blank returned to the Christmas Special with 4.2 million viewers.

EastEnders Shock: Viewers saw Lynda Carter find out that her husband Mick was fooling her with a Christmas Day special.

EastEnders Shock: Viewers saw Lynda Carter find out that her husband Mick was fooling her with a Christmas Day special.

Charlotte Moore, BBC’s Chief Content Officer, commented:

She added: “There is no such thing as the BBC that brings the country together for Christmas. There was something for everyone in the seven most popular programs throughout the day.

“It was the end of the BBC’s illustrious year celebrating Britain’s creativity, offering hits and award-winning works and seeing a large audience coming to our show.”

Winter Special: Call the Midwife was a surprise hit on Christmas Day

Winter Special: Call the Midwife was a surprise hit on Christmas Day

She continued:’It’s these moments that prove that the BBC is more important than ever 99 years later in an era of fierce competition.

“We are celebrating an ambitious and exciting year in 2022, celebrating our 100th anniversary.”

“To the extent of a must-see for world-class content that celebrates and reflects the unique role that the BBC continues to play in the lives of viewers across the UK.”

Boxing Day Jackpot: 80 days around the world, the second show to be watched on December 26, with 3.9 million people watching the first part of an eight-episode series based on the 1873 Jules Verne novel of the same name. Did.

Boxing Day Jackpot: 80 days around the world, the second show to be watched on December 26, with 3.9 million people watching the first part of an eight-episode series based on the 1873 Jules Verne novel of the same name. Did.

Boxing Day Rating

1. Mystery in Paradise Christmas Special, BBC One, 5.4 million

2. Worldwide in 80 days-Episode 1, BBC One, 3.9 million

3. Coronation Street, ITV, 3.7 million

4. Emmerdale, ITV, 3.6 million

5. British Scandal, BBC One, 3.6 million

6. Worldwide in 80 days-Episode 2, BBC One, 3.5 million

7. Celebrity tagline, ITV, 3.2 million

8. Paddington, BBC One, 2.4 million

9. Match of the Day, BBC One, 2.4 million

10. EastEnders, 2.3 million

The BBC also won the Boxing Day rating war, with 5.4 million people watching Death In Paradise’s Christmas specials.

The program revisited Neville Parker and Florence Cassel’s possible romance following the Series 10 Cliffhanger, but ended without concluding whether the pair would give another shot to the relationship and closed the Series 11 door. I left it open.

Following the rating war, it went around the world for 80 days, with 3.9 million people watching the first part of an eight-episode series based on the 1873 Jules Verne novel of the same name.

Although the number of episodes 2 declined, 3.5 million people continued to watch and ranked the second part as the sixth-watched show of the day.

Coronation Street finished in 3rd place, with 3.7 million people watching the aftermath of the Christmas special. Roy Cropper (played by David Neilson) is back.

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