Here are all the latest TV ratings for Saturday night's shows.
Yesterday evening saw the latest episode of a new series of Blind Date, with the hit dating show having made a comeback last month a decade after it was last on air.
Now airing on Channel 5 and hosted by Paul O'Grady, the show averaged 1.2 million viewers from 7PM, down 100,000 on last weekend and 600,000 down on the launch episode.
At 7:30PM, ITV and BBC One went head to head again with their rival singing shows.
Pitch Battle continued well behind its rival with just 1.7 million viewers, dropping 300,000 on last weekend to a series low.
The Voice Kids on the other hand averaged 3.9 million viewers on ITV for its foruth blind auditions episode, up 100,000 viewers week-on-week. Earlier on ITV, Celebrity Catchphrase had 3.4 million viewers, up 300,000 on last Saturday.
Meanwhile, on BBC One Pointless Celebrities had 3.3 million viewers followed by Doctor Who which climbed to 3.8 million viewers - up 400,000 week-on-week - for its series finale. Casualty continued with 4.1 million to make it the most watched show of the night, up 100,000 on last week.
Finally, over on Channel 5, the latest episode of Big Brother continued with its now typical figure of 800,000 watching Saturday night's highlights. It's level with last week but up slightly (100,000 viewers) on Friday night's series low at least.