Week 4 of The Nightly Show launched to 1.5 million viewers in last night's ratings.
Not even Dermot O'Leary has been able to boost viewing figures so far.
Viewing figures from Monday night show that an average of 1.8 million watched the latest opening episode of ITV's new week night chat show yesterday, with Dermot now as host.
The number is down 300,000 on Davina McCall's opening episode last week, over a million viewers down on the first week opener with David Walliams in charge and down 900,000 viewers on Monday's show with John Bishop. The series continues at 10PM each night all this week up until Friday.
Earlier in the evening, episode four of Broadchurch continued with a 7.3 million to make it the most watched show of the night, up 500,000 on last week's instalment.
Elsewhere on ITV last night, Coronation Street topped the soaps with 6.8 million viewers for both of its shows whereas Emmerdale had 6 million.
Over on BBC One, EastEnders topped the night but ranked third in the soaps with 5.9 million viewers
On BBC Two, 2.8 million watched University Challenge (up 500,000 on last week) while 2.3 million (up 300,000 on last Monday) tuned in for former Bake Off judge Mary Berry's new show Mary Berry Everyday.
On E4, the new series of Made In Chelsea returned with a bump as 800,000 viewers tuned in for the first episode.