The show, which saw Katie Price admit to being sexually abused in the past, attracted 4.98m (28.4%) for ITV1 at 10pm - the highest ratings for the series so far.
Dancing On Ice continued to do well for ITV1, pulling in 9.28m (35.4%) for the first show between 7.15pm and 8.15pm. Viewers stayed with ITV1 for Wild At Heart, which took 8.04m (29.8%) for the following hour.
8.29m (31.4%) tuned in for the second Dancing On Ice between 9.15pm and 10pm. The show, which saw Zoe Salmon face Jessica Taylor in the skate off, logged twice as many viewers as nearest rival The Victorians.
On BBC One, the penultimate episode of Lark Rise To Candleford - recently recommissioned for a third series - logged 6.29m (23%). Figures then dropped to 4.15m (16.2%) for the final episode of Jeremy Paxman's The Victorians.
The last in the series of Richard Hammond's Engineering Connections took 2.66m (9.7%) for BBC Two between 8.15pm and 9pm, an increase of 500k from last week. 2.4m (9.4%) stayed with the channel for Monty Hall's Great Escape at 9pm.
Channel 4 averaged 2.39m (8.7%) during the 8pm hour with Come Dine With Me, dropping to 1.76m (8.1%) when romantic comedy She's The Man was screened between 9pm and 11pm.
Over on Five, Ice Road Truckers managed 661k (2.4%) during the 8pm hour, while the 9pm transmission of a House repeat logged 619k (2.4%).
ITV1 led primetime with an average share of 31.6%, while BBC One lagged behind with 20.5%. Channel 4 was third with 7% (+1: 0.9%), followed by BBC Two with 7.6%, and Five with 2.8%.
Elsewhere, Lost continued to do well for Sky1, drawing 809k (3.5%) during the 9pm hour. It beat ITV2's screening of Supernatural, which grabbed 525k (2.2%), and Two Pints: Comic Relief Special, which averaged 688k (2.9%).
Ratings data supplied by Attentional