Line Of Duty continued to keep viewers hooked with its latest episode averaging more than 7 million viewers.
The third instalment of series 5 averaged 7.4 million viewers in the 9PM hour yesterday (Sunday, April 14).
It was up 300,000 on last weekend's numbers and easily the biggest show of the night - but still not enough to topple Britain's Got Talent as the year's most watched show to date.
Earlier on BBC One, Countryfile and Antiques Roadshow both continued as strong as ever with 5 and 6 million viewers respectively.
Over on ITV and The Durrells was back with the second episode of its final series with an average audience of just under 4 million. Keeley Hawes reprises her lead role as Louisa Durrell for series four.
In the 9PM hour, the latest episode of Victoria dipped to just below 3 million viewers.
Elsewhere, a peak audience of 3 million tuned in to BBC Two to watch golfer Tiger Woods win the 2019 Masters, his first major win in 11 years.
Finally, over on Channel 4, the first ever celebrity series of SAS: Who Dares Wins was back with its second episode averaging slightly below 2 million viewers.