As part of our new digital series, we’ve decided to share which UK TV show is trending the most.
We’ve broken it down by category so you can see which TV shows are having the biggest reach and which are getting the most attention.
In this first installment of our UK TV series, there are three TV shows that have the most people watching them on Twitter: The One Show, Big Brother and Big Brother: United Kingdom, which is currently filming season eight of the series.
Here’s how we rated each of them on our popularity chart.
(Note: These are all the TV shows currently airing, so the top 5 TV shows from each of these shows can’t be counted toward the overall total.)
The One Show: The show is known for its outrageous characters, which are often based on real-life celebrities, but the show’s star, Nicky Blackman, is a big fan of the show and has been tweeting a lot of his impressions of it recently.
It’s also a show about a group of people who are stuck together in a house, and it’s a fun, lighthearted show.
The show has been watched by over 1.3 million people on Twitter.
Big Brother: This is a spin-off of the US reality show The Amazing Race.
It follows the adventures of the housemates who take on houseguests and then win the house.
The main cast members include former contestants of the original Big Brother, with the latest addition being Big Brother’s new houseguest, Lizzie Borden.
The series has had a huge impact on the world of reality TV.
The US has had to make some major changes to its rules, which have seen a significant rise in the popularity of the game.
The shows popularity has also increased significantly over the past few months, as a result of the popularity it’s attracting.
Black Mirror: This sci-fi series follows a group that is faced with the impossible task of creating an artificial intelligence that can “think” like a human.
The most recent season of the popular show was watched by more than 9 million people.
The Big Brother United Kingdom: This series follows the lives of six housemates on the show Big Brother UK, which also follows the same format.
The first season was watched almost 9 million times, with a second season being watched almost 6 million times.
Battlestar Galactica: This show has long been a favourite of many British TV fans, as it follows the journey of two of the main characters, William and Sam, as they attempt to win a prize at the Battle of Britain.
The season finale was watched over 1 million times in the UK.
Game of Thrones: This British TV series is set in the fictional world of Westeros, and the show is currently airing its eighth season.
In the show, Sam is a member of the House of Black and White, which consists of the White Walkers and the Night’s Watch.
The fourth season is watched over 2.2 million times on YouTube.
House of Cards: This US drama is set between the two seasons of House of Cards, and focuses on the adventures and struggles of a group called the “House of Thieves” who are attempting to break the power of the King of England.
The fifth season is viewed over 2 million times and has become the most watched series of all time.
I’m Sorry, I’m Sorry: This American comedy series follows two friends, two strangers, who are trying to survive their summer break.
The episode that got the most viewers was last week’s episode, which was watched more than 7.2 billion times.
(The episode is titled “It’s My First Summer” and it airs on July 15.)
Mud People: This Australian comedy series focuses on two teenage friends, who discover a hidden lake full of mud people.
The episodes that were watched most were the first and second episodes, which were watched more or less 2.5 million times each.
Sharknado: This classic American TV series was set in an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, and has a very special relationship with the US.
It airs every summer on the Discovery Channel, and is also widely seen on the Disney Channel.
Downton Abbey: This English-language TV series follows Mary, the Duchess of Malfi, who is the Duchess and Queen of England, and her eldest daughter, Lily.
In season six, the show was followed by a special episode, “I’m Still a Dame”, that was watched an average of over 1,000,000 times.
The current season of Downton has been followed by an episode, called “The Queen’s Wedding”, that has a total audience of almost 2.4 million.
How to Catch a Shark: This international film series follows five fishermen as they catch sharks off the coast of South Africa.