Coronation Street pulled in 9.07m (38.8%) at 7.30pm and 145k (0.6%) on ITV1+1 as desperate Katy left baby Joseph with Faye. The second episode of the double bill, which saw Katy flee the cobbles after being confronted by Owen, took 9.09m (36.0%) at 8.30pm and 258k (1.0%) on timeshift.
EastEnders, meanwhile, attracted 8.4m (34.0%) at 8pm as Derek made plans to teach Roxy a lesson. BBC Three's repeat screening secured 707k (3.6%) at 10pm.
Emmerdale interested 7.66m (34.6%) at 7pm as Declan upset the grieving Barton family, while Hollyoaks appealed to 1.23m (5.8%) at 6.30pm on Channel 4 and 592k (2.7%) at 7pm on E4 for the first look airing.
Over on Channel 5, Neighbours grabbed 828k (10.4%) at 1.45pm and 1.04m (6.1%) at 5.30pm, while Home and Away mustered 870k (4.4%) at 6pm and 533k (2.5%) for 5*'s first look screening at 6.30pm.
Elsewhere, the latest episode of Doctors - titled 'The Well Spoken Man' - was seen by 1.7m (21.7%) at 1.45pm on BBC One.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional