Coronation Street was once again the most watched show on TV last night (May 16).
Last night's two episodes averaged 6.5 million and 6 million viewers on ITV.
Both were down on last weeks 7 million figure for the aftermath of Shayne Ward's exit as Aidan Connor.
5.6 million watched Emmerdale (down 100,000 on last week) while elsewhere on ITV, new documentary series Britain's Busiest Airport continued with 3.9 million (up 900,000).
At 9PM, 4.6 million watched the second instalment of new drama Innocent, up 400,000 on the previous night.
Innocent is a new four-part series written by acclaimed writers Chris Lang and Matt Arlidge starring Hermione Norris and Lee Ingleby. On Monday, the first episode achieved 5.3 million viewers. The show concludes tonight (Thursday) at 9PM.
Over on BBC One, Watchdog was the most watched TV show with 2.7 million viewers. 2.5 million watched The One Show while only 2.1 million tuned in to watch Panorama.
Elsewhere, on Channel 4, the return of 24 Hours In A&E averaged 1.6 million viewers.
On Channel 5, Rich House, Poor House had 1 million while Love in the Countryside brought in 1.1 million to BBC Two.
And over on Dave, Taskmaster was watched by 500,000 viewers before 300,000 caught Jon Richardson's Ultimate Worrier.