Call The Midwife topped Sunday night's viewing figures with over 7 million viewers last night (Sunday, March 3).
An average audience of 7.1 million tuned in for the final episode of the latest series, the most watched TV show of the entire weekend.
Overall, the run averaged just under 7 million viewers based on overnight viewing figures.
Following the end of series 8, two further series have been commissioned for BBC One in addition to the previously greenlit series 9.
The show will now be on air until 2022 with Series 10 and 11 consisting of two, 8-part series and two Christmas specials.
Elsewhere on Sunday night, the Dancing On Ice semi-final saw viewing figures rise.
The remaining four celebrities skated live for the eighth time in Dancing On Ice's penultimate episode of 2019 last night.
Following each of the celeb's latest live performances, the bottom two couples were revealed as Saara & her pro partner Hamish Gaman and Brian McFadden & his pro skating partner Alex Murphy.
The judging panel then chose who to save and who to send home and it was Brian who left Dancing On Ice 2019 this week.
In the skate off, judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Jason Gardiner and Ashley Banjo decided who to save after all three of the couples skated again.
Jason, Ashley and Chris all saved Saara, leaving Brian to go home. Although her casting vote was not needed, head judge for the week Jayne also saved Saara.
The skating and results between 6PM and 8PM averaged just over 5 million viewers on ITV, according to overnight figures. The number is up around 500,000 viewers on last week's series low.
Dancing On Ice concludes next Sunday night with its grand final where the winner will be crowned.
After Dancing On Ice, Endeavour concluded on ITV with its latest 4 part series series with an average audience of 4.5 million viewers. Overall, the sixth series has averaged just under 5 million viewers in overnight figures.