Here's a round up of all the latest viewing figures from last night's TV.
On BBC One, New drama Three Girls launched to 5 million viewers in the 9PM hour, making it the most watched show of the day outside the soaps. The three-part series, which tells the story of the victims in the 2012 grooming and sex trafficking case in Rochdale, continues its three-part series tonight.
Before, Holby City was up 200,000 viewers on last week to 4.4 million while EastEnders continued with 5.9 million, in line with last Tuesday night.
Over on ITV, Emmerdale climbed to 5.6 million viewers - up 100,000 on last week - while new panel show Don't Ask Me, Ask Britain continued to struggle, even if it was up slightly on last week's series low with 1.4 million viewers.
In the 9PM hour, Long Lost Family: What happened next? had 2.7 million viewers, down 300,000 on last week's opener.
Earlier, Rylan's new game show Babushka continued in its third week with 1.2 million viewers, one of its lowest ratings so far. 1.9 million had watched Tipping Point just beforehand while 2.8 million had Pointless on over on BBC One.
Elsewhere last night, on Channel 4, First Dates continued with over 1.3 million viewers, ahead of One Born Every Minute which had 1 million an hour earlier.
Channel 5's most watched programme of the night was The Yorkshire Vet which continued with 2 million viewers.
On BBC Two, Bake Off: Creme de la Creme was up 200,000 viewers week-on-week with 2.2 million viewers tuning in yesterday evening.