Britain's Got Talent 2018 continued with just under 9 million viewers on ITV last night.
It was the most watched show on TV as Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Alesha Dixon and Amanda Holden all returned to the judges' desk.
Those in the latest auditions included illusionist group Magus Utopia, who freaked out everyone with their performance, 16-year-old singer Amy Marie Borg and ballroom dancing duo Lexie and Christopher.
Tim and Jack Goodacre, 43-year-old Dad, Tim and 12-year-old Jack are from Norwich, went one further. The father and son sang an original song ‘The Lucky One’s together, and got Simon Cowell's golden buzzer.
The third round of auditions were watched by an average audience of 8.8 million between 8PM and 9:25PM.
The episode, which peaked with more than 10 million viewers, was up almost a million viewers on last weekend's episode.
Meanwhile, over on ITV2, 800,000 tuned in for the first episode of Britain's Got More Talent with Stephen Mulhern.
Later on ITV and after Britain's Got Talent, Keith And Paddy's Picture Show does Grease interested 2.7 million - 600,000 above last Saturday.
Before BGT, Ninja Warrior UK continued its new series with 3.3 million (up 800,000 million) while 2.9 million (up 400,000) tuned in for Harry Hill's Alien Fun Capsule.
Over on BBC One, Pointless Celebrities continued with 3.9 million, up 100,000 viewers on last Saturday and the BBC's most watched show of the night.
Who Dares Wins interested 3 million while Casualty had 3.5 tuning in.
Afterwards, a repeat of Mrs Brown's Boys averaged 3.2 million viewers.