Broadchurch Murder Reveal Voted As Most Memorable ITV Drama Moment

The reveal of the murderer in Broadchurch has been chosen as the most memorable ITV drama moment ever according to a new survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of ITV.

The survey asked 2000 viewers to choose a top three from a selection of memorable moments from recent ITV drama.

A total of 25% of the respondents picked the moment that Danny Latimer's killer was revealed as their top ITV drama moment.

In second place, with 17% of the votes, was the death scene of Hercule Poirot in Curtain: Poirot's Last Case.

In joint third place with 15% of the votes, were the wedding of Doc Martin and Louisa Ellington in series 6 of Doc Martin and the death of Mathew Crawley in the 2012 Christmas Day special of Downton Abbey.

With 13% of votes and in joint fourth place was Selfidges opening for the first time in Mr Selfridge and the death of Lady Sybil in Downton Abbey.

Fifth place with 11% was the kiss between Lady Mary and Matthew in Downton Abbey.

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