Less than two million viewers tuned in to last night's Big Brother 2012 final, making it the least watched ever.
The 90 minute show between 9PM and 10:30PM, which saw Luke A crowned winner, was watched by an average audience of 1.5 million viewers.
The show peaked with just 1.76 million viewers as the final result was announced between Luke A and eventual runner up Adam Kelly by host Brian Dowling.
The figures are down on last year's final, which was watched by a then record low of 2.05 million.
It's a disappointing end to the series, which was up on last year's first Channel 5 run for the first month having launched with over 3 million viewers back in June.
But the Olympics took their toll on the reality show, with less than 500,000 viewers - an all time low - watching Sunday's penultimate instalment against the closing ceremony.
Channel 5 will no doubt be hoping that the launch of [cat c="big brother 2012"]Celebrity Big Brother 2012[/cat] on Wednesday night will prove a bigger ratings success.