Celebs Go Dating's fourth series concluded last night with a record high audience.
The latest season of the E4 celebrity dating show was the most watched yet.
An average of over 700,000 viewers tuned in to the final episode last night, beating ITV2's Survival of the Fittest which had 450,000 viewers at the same time.
It's expected that Celebs Go Dating will be back for a fifth series later in the autumn.
Elsewhere last night (March 1) and with the snowy weather, there were some big ratings.
Over 8.5 million tuned in to the BBC's Regional Evening News, the biggest audience of the day, while ITV's news offering had 5.4 million.
ITV also aired a Snowstorm special bringing in 4.6 million, while The Cruise's rather timely Voyage to Alaska began with 3.5 million.
On BBC One, The One Show also appeared to be boosted by the weather as 5.4 million tuned in, followed by 4.5 million watching MasterChef.
In the soaps, Emmerdale had 7 million and 6.7 million for its two episodes of the evening while EastEnders had 6.4 million.
In the 9PM hour, Serial Killer with Piers Morgan on ITV had 2.8 million viewers to BBC One's The Inside Story of Harvey Weinstein which interested fewer than 2 million.
Earlier in the day, The Chase averaged 4.4 million viewers, matching its all time high rating from January.