Over 7 million viewers tuned in for the latest episode of Line Of Duty last night.
The second instalment of series 5 averaged 7.1 million viewers in the 9PM hour yesterday (Sunday, April 7).
It was the biggest show of the night but not quite the weekend after Britain's Got Talent's 8 million figure from Saturday night.
Earlier on BBC One, Countryfile and Antiques Roadshow both continued to do the business with more than 5 million viewers tuning in to each.
Over on ITV and The Durrells returned for the start of its final series with an average audience of 4 million. Keeley Hawes reprises her lead role as Louisa Durrell for series four.
In the 9PM hour, the latest episode of Victoria averaged 3 million.
Later on, the 2019 Laurence Olivier Awards between 10:20PM and 12:10AM averaged 700,000 viewers.
Big Olivier Award 2019 winners included new musical Come From Away, revival Company and play The Inheritance.
The night saw performances from some of the seasons biggest shows, including Caroline, Or Change; Come From Away; Company; Fun Home; The King And I; Six; and Tina – The Tina Turner Musical.
In addition, there was a special performance from the cast of Disney’s The Lion King to celebrate its 20th year of running on the West End.
Finally, over on Channel 4, the first ever celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins began with just under 2 million viewers.