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Ryan Tubridy obliterates the competition in a preview image from ‘The Late Late Toy Show’ of 2014, the most-watched programme on Irish television this century. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

As a television extravaganza, The Late Late Toy Show scores top marks. Not only was last November’s show, with an audience of 1.55 million, the most-(...)

Tubridy’s triumph: ‘The Late Late Toy Show’ was once again the most-watched programme on Irish television last year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times.

Irish adults watched television for an average of three hours and four minutes every day in 2018, a year in which RTÉ One’s The Late Late Toy Show onc(...)

‘Love Island’ contestant Alexandra pictured in a recent episode of the series, which concludes on 3e on Monday. Photograph: ITV

Love Island, the reality series in which contestants couple up in a Mallorca villa, has proved an attractive acquisition for TV3 Group, with average p(...)

More than 1 million people watched Dean Rock kick the winning point for Dublin during their All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo at Croke Park. File photograph: Ray McManus/Sportsfile/Getty Images

Irish adults watched television for an average of three hours and 13 minutes a day in 2017, a year in which the Late Late Toy Show again topped the li(...)

Republic of Ireland’s James McClean. International soccer was the most popular type of sport with Irish viewers last year, according to the Nielsen/TAM Ireland list of the top 20 most-watched programmes in  2016. Photograph: Photograph: Adam Davy/PA Wire

For uniting the nation around a television screen, and keeping them glued, there is only one genre that really does the business: sport. In the Niels(...)

RTÉ drama ‘Rebellion’ starring  Sarah Greene, Brian Gleeson, Charlie Murphy, Barry Ward and Ruth Bradley. The final episode will be broadcast on Sunday.

The viewer ratings for Rebellion, RTÉ’s 1916-themed costume drama, dropped for its penultimate episode on Sunday night, which concluded with the soun(...)

Aidan Gillen as Charles Haughey in the RTÉ drama series Charlie, which attracted an average viewership of 851,700 for its most-watched episode.

Irish adults watched an average of three hours and 30 minutes of television every day in 2015 – that’s more than 24 hours each week, according to the (...)

Matt Cooper, left, with panelists, from left, Keith Wood, Matt Williams and Hugo MacNeill on TV3’s Rugby World Cup set in Ballymount, Dublin. Photograph: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

The Irish rugby team is officially more popular than The X Factor. Ireland’s Rugby World Cup game against Italy on Sunday was the most-watched program(...)

Aidan Gillen as Charles Haughey in RTÉ One’s ‘Charlie’, the most-watched programme so far this year.

In the absence of any blazing sunshine, or much evidence of the sun’s existence at all, Irish adults aged 15-plus watched television for an average of(...)

Irish TV viewing figures in 2014 were unchanged on 2013

The nation’s fondness for watching television continued unabated in 2014, with figures compiled by Nielsen for industry ratings body Tam Ireland sugge(...)

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