Wed Nov 11, 2015 5:12 pm
EastEnders topped the ratings on Tuesday (November 10) with the fallout from Ronnie Mitchell's latest plan, overnight figures show.
6.63m (32.9%) tuned in at 7.30pm on BBC One as Dean realised that Ronnie was responsible for the break-in at his salon. BBC Three's repeat added 330k (2.0%) at 10pm.
Emmerdale also did well, attracting 6.19m (32.4%) at 7pm on ITV and 153k (0.7%) on +1 as Ashley accidentally exposed Andy's guilt to Robert.
Holby City had 4.5m (21.1%) at 8pm on BBC One as Mo decided to abscond with William.
Hollyoaks interested 811k (4.3%) at 6.30pm on Channel 4 as Grace tried to get to the bottom of the allegations against Trevor (+1: 26k / 0.1%). E4's first look followed with 570k (3.0%) at 7pm and 103k (0.5%) on +1.
Neighbours put in another strong performance at lunchtime, airing to 797k (11.8%) at 1.45pm on Channel 5 as Steph was honest with Toadie. 673k (4.3%) caught the teatime screening at 5.30pm.
Doctors entertained 1.38m (20.4%) at 1.45pm on BBC One as The Mill's staff headed off for a zombie-themed team-building day.
Home and Away continued with 211k (3.1%) at 1.15pm and 566k (3.2%) at 6pm on Channel 5 with the aftermath of Denny's death, while 5*'s first look had 433k (2.3%) at 6.30pm.