Love Island 2017's viewing figures hit a brand new series high last night.
The fallout from the Lie Detector Test saw an average audience of 2.2 million watching between 9PM and 10:20PM last night.
It was up 100,000 on the previous low from the past three Sunday nights with less than a week to go until the final live on Monday night on ITV2.
Over on Channel 5, Big Brother continued along with fewer than 900,000 viewers, up slightly on Sunday's recent low but down more than 300,000 viewers on the 1.2 million who watched last year's equivalent episode.
Away from the reality TV battle, in the soaps EastEnders lost out in its clash with Emmerdale big time.
Emmerdale averaged 5.2 million between 7PM and 8PM while EastEnders dropped to 3.8 million for its latest episode at 7:30PM.
Later on BBC One, Holby City continued with 3.7 million while the second instalment of new drama In The Dark had 4 million viewers.
Over on ITV, following Emmerdale, a repeat of Midsomer Murders had 2 million viewers.
Earlier in the day, in the tea time quiz slot, The Chase had 2.4 million viewers to Pointless' 2 million.