Casualty topped Saturday night's viewing figures with its crossover episode with Holby City.
For the first time since 2005, the cast of Holby City and Casualty have joined forces for a two-part crossover special on BBC One.
Characters from both series interact as their storylines are intertwined when a major cyber-attack plunges Holby into blackout and disables most of the hospital’s automated monitoring equipment.
The first part aired on Casualty on Saturday, March 2 to just under 4.5 million viewers, up around 700,000 viewers on last weekend's episode.
The second half of the crossover will take place on Tuesday, March 5 during Holby City.
Before Casualty and the second series of All Together Now launched to just over 3 million viewers, down around 500,000 on 2018's opener which was in January of last year.
The show, hosted by Geri Halliwell and Rob Beckett, features singers competing for a £50,000 prize by facing a 100-strong judging panel. They must get as many of The 100 stood up and singing along to their performance as possible to make it through to the next round.
The second of six episodes airs next Saturday night, 9 March at 7.40PM.
Over on ITV and the second of three rounds of The Voice UK battles averaged just over 4 million viewers, a series low for 2019, down around 400,000 viewers on last weekend.
Saturday's show saw battles on Team Will from Khadija & Emmanuel Smith and Seth Oraeki & NXTGEN, Team Olly's Eva Campbell & Callum Butterworth, Team JHUD's Moya & Bethzienna Williams and Bukky Oronti & Gisela Green and finally Team Tom's Peter Donegan & Deana Walmsley. You can see the results of who made it through here.
The Voice UK is back next weekend on ITV with its third and final battle rounds.