Casualty was the most watched show on TV last night (Saturday, June 9).
It what was a very low night across the board, the latest instalment of the BBC One show interested 3.7 million viewers.
The episode was up 600,000 on last weekend to top the night.
After, All Round to Mrs Brown's rose to 3.2 million from 2.5 million for its fourth episode of the new series. The run had begun with 3.9 million viewers.
Earlier in the day on BBC One, 2.7 million caught Pointless Celebrities (down 100,000 on last week) following 2 million tuning in for an airing of film Maleficent.
Across on ITV, the final of Ninja Warrior UK was the most watched show with 2.5 million viewers.
Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule had just 1.5 million while Take Me Out's Over 50s special attracted just 2.1 million.
Elsewhere, on BBC Two, highlights of the Trooping the Colour ceremony held 2 million on BBC Two.
On ITV2, just under a million viewers caught Love Island's first weekly recap. The reality series returns at 9PM tonight with a new episode, followed by the first instalment of spin-off show Aftersun at 10PM.