Episode three of the supernatural series, which stars Martin Shaw as a priest specialising in exorcisms, drew just 2.71m (11.6%) in the 9pm hour. The figure is down significantly on the 4.62m (20.6%) who tuned in for the first episode a fortnight ago.
Comfortably winning the slot was ITV1's I'm A Celebrity, with 7.54m (32.3%) for the hour. On BBC Two, Never Mind The Buzzcocks pulled in 1.83m (7.8%), then The Graham Norton Show kept 1.32m (5.6%). At 10pm, Lead Balloon drew 0.99m (5%).
On Channel 4, The Jacksons Are Coming - a documentary following members of the Jackson 5 looking for a house in Devon - interested 1.52m (6.5%).
ITV1 also won the 8pm hour last night with The Bill, which took 5.13m (22.9%). BBC One's Little Dorrit had 3.82m (17.2%), then The People's Hospital managed 2.72m (12%).
BBC Two's Oceans delivered a healthy 2.11m (9.4%) for the 8pm hour, while Channel 4's A Place In The Sun put in an improved 1.61m (7.2%).
Five's coverage of the Uefa Cup game between Schalke 04 and Man City averaged 1.24m (6.1%) between 5.55pm and 8pm, then Portsmouth vs AC Milan had 2.43m (10.8%) until 10.15pm.
An hour-long Emmerdale brought in 5.93m (27.7%) from 7pm, just topping the 5.85m (26.5%) who tuned in for EastEnders at 7.30pm. BBC Three's repeat pulled in 1.08m (6.1%) at 10pm.
ITV1 led primetime with an average share of 25.5% (last week: 28.4%) to BBC One's 17.8% (19.5%). Five was third with 9% (4.5%), followed by BBC Two on 7% (7.5%) and Channel 4 on 6% (6.2%).
ITV3's rerun of A Touch Of Frost proved especially popular, with an average of 807k (4%) watching between 8pm and 10pm.
Sky1's Bones picked up 622k (3%) in the 9pm hour and on ITV2, I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here Now! drew 432k (2.8%) at 10pm.
Ratings data supplied by Attentional