Call The Midwife was the most watched show on TV last night (Sunday, February 25).
Series 7 of the BBC One show continued its new series with 7.4 million viewers.
Although it topped the night, the show was down 100,000 viewers week-on-week.
Earlier on BBC One, new comedy Hold the Sunset second episode had 5 million viewers, down over a million on last week's launch of 6.2 million.
At 9PM, drama series Strike began its third mini-series with 5.2 million viewers.
On ITV, Dancing On Ice continued with 5 million watching its eighth live episode, up slightly on last week.
Legendary skating duo Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean are reunited with original hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on the show that sees celebrity skaters take to the ice in a bid to dance and dazzle their way to glory.
Having originally run on ITV between 2006 and 2014, the show was back on ITV for its first series in four years last month.
A whopping audience of 7.7 million had tuned in to the opening episode of the revival last month.
Last night saw 5 million watching, a slight increase of 100,000 viewers on last weekend's numbers.
The latest live instalment peaked with an audience of 5.9 million for its live show between 6PM and 8PM that saw the remaining 5 skaters perform live for the judges and face another elimination.
The show ended with the latest skate off as another celebrity couple was sent home following fairytale themed live performances.
Following Dancing On Ice last night on ITV, Endeavour continued its new series with an average of 4.2 million watching, down 400,000 on last week's instalment.
Over on BBC Two, the new series of Top Gear began with 2.4 million viewers.
Elsewhere, on E4, Celebs Go Dating had 500,000 viewers, losing in the 9PM slot to ITV2's Ibiza Weekender which was watched by 600,000.
At 10PM, Survival Of The Fittest continued with 400,000 viewers, up 100,000 on last weekend.