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The 50th anniversary Doctor Who special has set a new iPlayer record for getting the most requests in 24 hours, 1.27m - beating the Olympic opening ceremony's previous high.

New consolidated figures show 12.8m people saw The Day of the Doctor on BBC One, including 2.9m iPlayer requests, making it 2013's most-watched drama.

It was also the most tweeted-about drama, generating 442,692 tweets.

During the opening moments of the 75-minute broadcast, the conversation peaked at nearly 13,000 tweets per minute.

"The Doctor Who 50th was a hugely ambitious event on the BBC and it's only fitting that it has taken the top spot as the highest-rating drama across all channels this year," said Ben Stephenson, controller of BBC drama commissioning.

"It's a fantastic tribute to both [writer and executive producer] Steven Moffat and the creativity of all those involved in the show throughout its history."

Source: BBC

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