The Voice UK dropped to a series low last night (Saturday, February 17), but was still the most watched show on TV.
The Voice UK's second series on ITV - and seventh overall - was quite a bit down on last weekend's number.
Olly Murs joins the show this year alongside returning coaches Sir Tom Jones, Will.i.am and Jennifer Hudson.
An average of 4.9 million viewers (including ITV+1) tuned in between 8PM and 9:30PM for the final round of blind auditions on Saturday night, down 600,000 on last week's figure.
The episode, which peaked with 5.9 million viewers, was also below 2017's equivalent instalment where an average of 6 million had tuned in.
After The Voice, Through the Keyhole continued its new series with 2.8 million watching, down 300,000 on last Saturday.
And earlier on ITV, Take Me Out's tenth series also continued well down week-on-week with 2.7 million viewers, 600,000 below last weekend's episode.
Over on BBC One and new series All Together Now continued with a solid 3.5 million viewers, down 100,000 on last week's instalment. Ore Oduba's And They're Off For Sport Relief climbed to 2.4 million from last week's series low while Pointless Celebrities enjoyed 4.4 million, up 600,000 on last weekend.
Casualty had 4.1 million, the same as last Saturday, while new drama Troy: Fall of a City began its series with 3.2 million viewers.
During the day, a peak audience of over 4 million watched coverage of the winter Olympics, as Team GB won four medals.