Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway was the most watched show on TV yesterday.
The epic series finale, which aired live from Florida, had 6 million viewers between 7PM and 6:30PM with a peak audience of 7 million.
The numbers were down 300,000 on last weekend and made it the least watched episode to date, even if it still topped the night's viewing figures.
Overall this year's series of Saturday Night Takeaway has averaged 6.8 million viewers, up 300,000 on last year and 900,000 on 2015. In fact, it's the best rated series since 2013.
Straight after Ant and Dec on ITV, Take That's one-off special An Evening With Take That had 2.8 million viewers before film Kong averaged 800,000.
Earlier in the day The Grand National was watched by 4.9 million, peaking with more than 8 million, while You've Been Framed had 2.6 million.
Over on BBC One, All Round To Mrs Browns dropped 300,000 viewers on last weekend with 5.3 million watching the third episode of the new series.
Casualty remained unchanged on last week's numbers with 4.3 million while Pointless Celebrities had 3.2 million viewers.