The Price Is Right made a TV comeback on Channel 4 last night.
Alan Carr hosted a revived one-off pilot and it did well in the ratings.
2.2 million tuned in to the special, which was reportedly aired to test the waters for a full series.
Given the strong numbers for C4, we'd be surprised if more episodes weren't forthcoming.
Meanwhile, another old TV favourite returned to screens last night in the form of Blind Date. The start of a second series on Channel 5 had 1.1 million viewers, following its first episodes in over a decade earlier this summer.
As for the main two channels, Pointless Celebrities topped a relatively low night of viewing figures with 4.8 million viewers on BBC One.A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong had 4 million before the Avengers: Age of Ultron film premiere ahd 3.3 million.
Over on ITV, Part 1 of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows had 3.2 million viewers.
Earlier, new show Guess The Star had 3 million. The Jonathan Ross fronted series saw celebrities transformed into iconic musicians in a Stars In Their Eyes-esque game show.
Before that, a repeat showing of Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway Who Shot Simon Cowell skit from 2016 had just 1.7 million viewers.