Here's a look at the latest TV ratings for Sunday night's shows, as I'm A Celebrity topped the night.
The current series of I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here has enjoyed a week of huge viewing figures after launching last Sunday.
A whopping 11 million viewers tuned in for last weekend's opening episode - making it the show's highest-rating launch in five years.
Last night's show (November 26) saw the big numbers continue with an average audience of just under 10 million - up close to 1.5 million on last year.
Holly Willoughby is guest hosting this year's series alongside Dec, with celebs in camp including Noel Edmonds, John Barrowman and Nick Knowles.
Last night's instalment saw the traditional live trial which this year involved challenges including downing disgusting cocktails and eating witchetty grub.
The show continues nightly on ITV over the next two weeks and is on course to be one of the most watched series to date.
Before I'm A Celebrity, The X Factor's latest live show saw an average audience of 4.6 million viewers. It was level with last year's episode as a total of three acts left in The X Factor results while three finalists were confirmed.
Anthony Russell, Dalton Harris and Scarlett Lee will go forward to next week's live final show at Wembley Arena, with confirmed guests including Take That, James Arthur, George Ezra and Anne Marie.
Over on BBC One, Doctor Who continued with just under 6 million viewers for its latest instalment before Strictly Come Dancing's results averaged just below 9 million viewers - down some 1.5 million on 2017's equivalent episode.
The latest Strictly Come Dancing results last night saw viewing figures peak with over 10 million watching, the BBC Press team have reported.
The remaining seven couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns with a Musicals themed special.