The Broadcasters Audience Research Board have recently revealed the official viewing figures for part two of The End of Time, written by Russell T Davies, after it was broadcast on New Years Day. The Broadcasters Audience Research Board revealed earlier last month that the first part of the Tenth Doctor’s final adventure, broadcast at six o’clock, on Christmas Day received a final rating of 11.57 million on BBC One.
According to the Broadcasters Audience Research Board, in total the second part of The End of Time managed to achieve a total of 12.27 million and made Doctor Who the most watched television programme of the week for a third time. These ratings make part two of The End of Time the third highest rated episode since Doctor Who was brought back.
The episode of Doctor Who Confidential, titled Allons-y!, managed to receive final viewing figures of 1.21 million on BBC Three with an additional 150,000 on BBC HD meaning it was the second highest rated programme on Multi Channel that day. The highest ratings Doctor Who has ever achieved was back in 1979 with City of Death which averaged around the 16 million mark.