Britain's Got Talent 2016 has dominated this year's TV ratings so far.
The series concluded last Saturday night and ended on a bit of a whimper with the show's least watched final ever.
The landmark tenth series bowed on a bit of a low with a total audience of 10.4 million, including ITV+1.
However that figure is only considered bad by BGT standards because it's actually one of the ten most watched shows all year.
And in fact, Britain's Got Talent occupies EIGHT of the Top 10 spots with its episodes as we head into June.
Currently the Simon Cowell and ITV talent show holds the Number 1 position with its second audition episode which had 12.5 million viewers.
The only other shows that compare are BBC One dramas Sherlock and Call The Midwife.
Of course we are only halfway through the year and so there's still plenty of top TV to come.
Shows that could challenge BGT's title include the Euro 2016 matches, Rio Olympics, Strictly Come Dancing and the Great British Bake Off, which was Number 1 in 2015.
The X Factor may also make a turnaround and return to the top with its newly revamped panel.
But for now, BGT is king...