Here are all the latest viewing figures from last night's telly.
In the soaps, EastEnders had 5 million viewers for its latest episode, bouncing back from last Friday's all time low of 3.4 million following a move to BBC Two for Wimbledon.
After EastEnders, Count Arthur Strong had 1.2 million viewers while at 9PM Peter Kay's Comedy Shuffle had 3.1 million viewers (down a million on last week) followed by Mrs Brown's Boys with 2.8 million watching (down 300,000).
Over on ITV, Emmerdale had 5.3 million viewers (up 600,000 on last Friday) while Coronation Street was the most watched show on TV last night with 5.9 million and 5.6 million viewers for it two episodes, both up on last week's showings.
Later at 9PM, a repeat of Benidorm had just under 2 million viewers, almost beaten by the latest episode of Love Island on ITV2 which had 1.8 million tuning in.
On Channel 5, Big Brother avoided a clash with Love Island by pushing its eviction back to 10PM, interesting an average of 900,000 viewers over the 90 minute live show.
The double eviction was up slightly on last week's numbers of 800,000 with the evictions continuing in the later slot next Friday too.