Coronation Street was the most watched show on TV on Friday night (May 25).
Corrie topped the night's numbers with 6.1 million viewers and 6.2 million for its two episodes, both up on last Friday.
The instalments set up Pat Phelan's exit, which will play out in a string of special episodes on ITV at 9PM across next week alongside the Britain's Got Talent live shows.
Meanwhile last night, Emmerdale had 5.4 million while EastEnders' latest episode interested 5.1 million, also both rising week-on-week.
On BBC One, game show The Button continued to struggle with just 1.4 million viewers but 3.5 million tuned in for Have I Got News For You. It bettered ITV in the 9PM hour with 1.9 million watching Lethal Weapon.
Later on, The Graham Norton Show had 2.5 million viewers in the late night slot on BBC One.
On Channel 4, just under 3 million caught the latest episode of Gogglebox, putting in a strong performance at 9PM. After, Friday Night Dinner continued with just over a million viewers.
On BBC Two, The Bridge's latest instalment was caught by 1 million while The Story Of Cliff Richard averaged 1.1 million on Channel 5 between 9PM and 10:30PM.