BBC One’s ‘The Voice’ Sees Ratings Rise While ‘War and Peace’ Continues To Falter | TV News
Fortunes for BBC One talent show The Voice are finally looking up – the show gaining 300,000 viewers over the last seven days to pull in a total of 6.9 million viewers, the same however cannot be said for lavish costume drama War and Peace, which was beaten by ITV detective series Vera.
The increase in views gave The Voice 32% share of all the views that day, meanwhile the gore of the Napoleonic Wars failed to boost the ailing fortunes of the BBC’s adaptation of War and Peace, 5.1 million viewers tuning in to watch it on Sunday night. The show has struggled to regain the momentum of its debut, losing 1 million viewers in that time, while 5.4 million views tuned in to watch ITV’s Vera.
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