Week 5 of The Nightly Show launched to 1.5 million viewers in last night's ratings.
New host Gordon Ramsay was in charge as the show saw its decline in viewers continue.
Gordon's opening episode was the least watched Monday show yet, although only down ever so slightly on Dermot O'Leary's 1.6 million from last Monday. The series had opened with 2.9 million viewers at the start of the month, with David Walliams then in charge.
However last night's episode was hit by a nasty technical glitch, taking the programme off air which may have impacted ratings.
Gordon remains as host of the show all this week as the series continues at 10PM each night on ITV up until Friday.
Earlier in the evening, episode five of Broadchurch continued with an audience of 7.1 million to make it the most watched show of the night, down 300,000 on last week's instalment.
Elsewhere on ITV last night, Coronation Street topped the soaps with 6.4 million viewers and 6.3 million viewers for its two shows whereas Emmerdale had 5.5 million.
Over on BBC One, EastEnders comfortably topped the night with 5.8 million viewers
On BBC Two, 2.8 million watched University Challenge (level with last week) while 2.2 million (down 100,000 on last Monday) tuned in for former Bake Off judge Mary Berry's new cookery show Mary Berry Everyday.
On ITV Encore, new drama Harlots launched to 64,000 viewers at 10PM.