Love Island 2017 hit a brand new series high in last night's viewing figures.
The latest episode averaged 2.14 million viewers, up ever so slightly on last Sunday's previous all time high of 2.09 million.
Also enjoying an all time high was spin-off show Love Island Aftersun which had a million viewers at 10PM straight after the main show.
Clashing with Love Island in the 9PM hour, Big Brother averaged its now typical 800,000 viewers. While Love Island's series average climbs towards 2 million, Big Brother's has dropped below 900,000 viewers.
On ITV last night, The Voice Kids' first UK series continued with its second battle round shows seeing a series low of 2.7 million viewers. The first Sunday episode of the show was 200,000 down on Saturday's episode, the previous low. The series launched to 4.3 million viewers last month.
Following The Voice Kids, The Loch's penultimate episode averaged 3.9 million viewers, rallying up 700,000 viewers week-on-week.
Over on BBC One, Poldark won the 9PM slot with 4.8 million viewers, level with last Sunday night and the most watched show on TV yesterday.
Earlier, 4.6 million watched Countryfile and 4 million tuned in for Fake Or Fortune.