UK TV ratings for The Nightly Show, Benidorm and Little Big Shots all dropped week-on-week last night.
Last night's episode of The Nightly Show had 1.7 million viewers, a drop of 300,000 on last Wednesday night's show.
This week's host John Bishop hasn't really done anything to impact ratings, with numbers up slightly (100,000) on Tuesday but down 600,000 on Monday night.
Earlier on ITV, new kids TV talent show Little Big Shots hosted by Dawn French dropped to 3.2 million for its second episode, down from last week's opener which had 4.1 million.
In the 9PM slot, comedy drama Benidorm also dipped, falling almost a million viewers week on week from 4.7 million to 3.8 million.
It was just beaten by BBC One in the 9PM hour by the Real Marigold Hotel which had an average of 3.9 million viewers across the 60 minutes after a week off last Wednesday due to the football.
The same amount of people watched Who Do You Think You Are? with Sophie Raworth at 8PM while over on BBC Two, a repeat of Antiques Road Trip was the most watched show of the night with 1.4 million viewers.