Here are the latest UK TV ratings from last night's (February 13) telly.
ITV's new drama Trauma continued with its second episode.
The three-part psychological thriller centres on the lives of two fathers, Dan and Jon, whose lives collide when Dan’s 15-year-old son Alex is stabbed and tragically dies in the trauma department attended by high-achieving consultant Jon Allerton, who is blamed for the death.
The first episode averaged 4.9 million viewers but numbers fell to 3.8 million for last night's instalment. The third and final part airs this evening at 9PM.
Against Trauma, Shetland returned to BBC One for its fourth series with an average of 4.3 million viewers. This is down 500,000 on the opener of the last series in 2016.
In the soaps, Eastenders averaged 5.8 million for its latest episode while Emmerdale had 6.4 million.
Holby City had 4.2 million while Jason Manford's new game show What Would Your Kid Do? had continued with 2.9 million viewers.
Elsewhere, ITV's Survival of the Fittest dropped to 300,000 - less than half the viewers the show started with on Sunday night.
It lost out to Celebs Go Dating which averaged 500,000 for its latest episode on E4.
Both shows continue at 9PM tonight.