The success of Victoria, Marcella and Cold Feet was matched by The Night Manager and Planet Earth - but Top Gear and Viceland struggled.
Victoria reigned over Poldark in the Sunday drama battle.
The first insight into how BBC3 is performing as an online-only channel.
All-new Top Gear spluttered at the starting line, launching with the show’s worst series debut audience in a decade.
The reboot of Cold Feet smashed ITV’s slot average.
Vice Media’s assault on linear TV got off to an underwhelming start – Viceland kicked off with a peak of just 17,000 viewers.
Tom Hollander’s starring role in ITV’s Doctor Thorne was crushed by his appearance as a dastardly sidekick in The Night Manager.
Anna Friel thriller Marcella became the channel’s second new drama to launch strongly in a matter of days.
Controversy helped the ITV2 format to its best performance yet, narrowly shading the audience for Big Brother on Channel 5.
Linear TV proved it remains a powerful force after three shows pulled in more than 11m viewers.
The Game Of Thrones juggernaut continued to lurch forward for Sky Atlantic, as the sixth series launched with half a million more viewers than last year’s record debut.