ITV drama Innocent concluded with just under 5 million viewers last night.
Innocent is a new four-part series written by acclaimed writers Chris Lang and Matt Arlidge starring Hermione Norris and Lee Ingleby.
On Monday, the first episode achieved 5.3 million viewers. Episode 2 dropped to 4.2 million before rebounding to 4.6 million for the third instalment.
The fourth and final show climbed again, with 4.9 million tuning to Thursday's episode, leading to a series average of 4.8 million over the week.
Elsewhere on ITV, Emmerdale was the most watched show of the night with 5.1 million viewers and 5.2 million for its two episodes. In-between the two, Paul O'Grady's For the Love of Dogs in India interested 3 million.
Over on BBC One, EastEnders' latest showing averaged 4.5 million.
Britain's Best Home Cook with Mary Berry continued with 2.2 million viewers, down 200,000 on last week and 700,000 below its opening episode. After, 3.1 million tuned in for Ambulance in the 9PM hour.
Over on Channel 5, just over a million watched new episodes of Can't Pay? We'll Take It Away.
On Channel 4, season 3 of Humans premiered to a million viewers.