Emmerdale proved to be the most watched programme on TV last night (May 24).
The ITV soap interested 5.3 million viewers and 5.4 million for its two episodes, both up on last week. In-between the two, The NHS Saved My Life averaged 2.4 million.
At 9PM, 2.5 million watched the third and final episode of A&E Live, 400,000 below Tuesday and Wednesday's episodes.
Celebrating 70 years of the NHS, the live documentary series told the story of emergency medicine across a whole city, from the 999 call to the ambulance right through to treatment in A&E.
Host Davina McCall experienced the drama of a major A&E department as it happened, embedded with the staff of Leeds General Infirmary across the week seeing events unfold through the eyes of the doctors, nurses and paramedics on the frontline.
Over on BBC One, EastEnders' latest showing averaged 5.2 million, a rise of 700,000 viewers.
Britain's Best Home Cook with Mary Berry continued with 2.4 million viewers, up 200,000 on last week but still 500,000 below its opening episode. After, 3.5 million tuned in for Ambulance in the 9PM hour.
On Channel 4, season 3 of Humans continued with less than a million viewers, outdone by The Trouble with M&S on Channel 5 with 1.4 million.
On BBC Two, 1.1 million caught up with the Million Pound Menu.