Here's a look at the latest UK TV viewing figures for Sunday's night of television (April 15).
On BBC One, Countryfile topped the night with an average audience of 6 million viewers, up 700,000 on last week.
It was the most watched show on Sunday night, followed by the return of Antiques Roadshow which also performed well, interesting 5.5 million viewers.
Afterwards, new three-part drama Ordeal By Innocence concluded with 4 million viewers, up 500,000 week-on-week but 1 million below its opening episode. The series was originally due to air over Christmas in 2017 but was delayed by reshooting.
On ITV, a repeat of Celebrity Catchphrase interested 2.9 million. It replaced new singing game show Change Your Tune which moved to an earlier 4PM slot where 700,000 tuned in, down a million on last Saturday's figure from primetime.
The Durrells' third series followed at 8PM and 4.4 million, climbing 100,000 viewers week-on-week. The episode was also up around 700,000 on last year's equivalent episode.
After, The Good Karma Hospital's series two continued with 4.4 million viewers, up 300,000 on its numbers week-on-week. Unlike The Durrells, The Good Karma Hospital was down year-on-year, by just over 600,000 viewers.
Elsewhere, BBC Two had 1.8 million viewers and 1.6 million viewers respectively for its two docs, Britain's Biggest Warship and My Year With The Tribe.
On Channel 4, just under 1.5 million tuned in for the return of The Crystal Maze's new series.
Finally, on Channel 5, a night of Meghan Markle shows (yes) got as many as a million tuning in.