Bradley Walsh has given ITV's The Nightly Show a boost in the latest TV ratings.
The Chase presenter is the latest guest host and his week in charge has got off to a good start.
Monday's show averaged 2.2 million viewers, the best since week two with John Bishop and up 700,000 viewers on last week. Yesterday evening's episode saw numbers drop to 1.4 million but this still makes it the best Tuesday show since Week 2, up 500,000 viewers on last Tuesday.
Bradley is the penultimate host of the show with comic Jason Manford in charge from next week. Dermot O'Leary will front the final few episodes having already hosted one week.
Elsewhere last night, Emmerdale was the most watched show overall with 5.7 million viewers for the ITV soap, up 100,000 viewers on last week. BBC One's EastEnders was just behind with 5.6 million, a drop of 400,000 week-on-week.
Holby City had 4 million viewers while Child of Our Time continued with 2.3 million against Play To The Whistle on ITV which had 1.6 million viewers.
Earlier in the evening, The Chase continued to beat Pointless in the gameshow battle with 3.1 million viewers to 2.4 million.
Over on BBC Two, Bake Off's Creme de la Creme returned with 2 million viewers, down 1.5 million on last series' opener.
On Channel 4, 1.4 million watched the first episode of a new series of One Born Every Minute while Yorkshire: A Year In The Wild topped Channel 5's night with 1.3 million viewers.