Titled '1912', episode 16 of the latest season averaged 459k (1.9%) in the 9pm hour (+1: 161k/0.9%), beating Alcatraz (401k/1.6%) on Watch and Mad Men (62k/0.3%) on Sky Atlantic.
At 8pm, Friday Night Lights mustered 19k (0.1%) on Sky Atlantic and Sky1's Touch drew 523k (2.2%), both down from last week. Meanwhile, Don't Tell the Bride appealed to 689k (2.9%) on BBC Three.
On the terrestrials, The Syndicate continued strongly on BBC One with 5.44m (22.1%) in the 9pm hour, near-identical to last week. It easily beat ITV1's The Mighty Mississippi, which took 2.99m (12.2%) and 259k (1.4%) on timeshift. Earlier, a celebrity special of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? entertained 2.52m (10.7%) on ITV1 (109k/0.4%).
BBC Two showed Hairy Bikers' Bake-ation (2.8m/11.9%) and Horizon (1.29m/5.2%).
On Channel 4, Supersize v Superskinny was watched by 1.68m (7.2%) from 8pm (+1: 239k/1%) with The Undateables following afterwards with 2.24m (9.1%) and 480k (2.7%) on +1.
CSI remained steady on Channel 5 with 1.81m (7.3%) and 181k (1%) on timeshift. Rory McGrath's Pub Dig aired earlier to an audience of 849k (3.6%).
Overall, BBC One dominated primetime with 23.2%, beating ITV1's 13.2% (+1: 0.6%). BBC Two came third with 7.6%, ahead of Channel 4's 6.1% (+1: 1.2%) and Channel 5's 4.9% (+1: 0.3%).
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional