The detective drama, starring Kevin Whately and Laurence Fox, attracted 917k (4.6%) to ITV3 between 9pm and 11pm. Prior to that, Agatha Christie's Marple was seen by 726k (4%), which helped the channel to a 4.3% primetime share, equalling Five.
Elsewhere, Big Brother's eviction night delivered a modest 2.16m (10.3%) and 2.02m (12.1%) to Channel 4 from 9pm and 10.30pm. Last Friday's edition had 2.8m. Graham Linehan's The IT Crowd pulled in 1.88m (9.6%) for its fourth series premiere at 10pm.
Spain v Chile, the final group match of this year's World Cup, averaged 4.96m (26.5%) for ITV1 across most of primetime, scoring a peak of 6.4m (31.5%) at 8.45pm. James Corden's World Cup Live followed with 2.36m (11.3%) at 9.30pm, with 415k (2.1%) defecting to ITV4 at 10pm.
BBC One's Friday Night With Jonathan Ross gained 780k viewers week-on-week, with 3.16m (21.3%) tuning in at the chatshow's usual time of 10.35pm. Earlier, a repeat of Inspector George Gently interested 3.08m (14.5%).
Meanwhile, a public service documentary - Are You Having A Laugh? TV and Disability - logged 1.27m (6.1%) for BBC Two at 9pm, then a half-hour Glastonbury Festival highlights show entertained 940k (4.8%). Today at Wimbledon put in 880k (4.4%).
Extraordinary People, The Mentalist and CSI: NY grabbed 570k (2.9%), 1.55m (7.4%) and 871k (4.7%).
Overall, ITV1 narrowly won primetime with a share of 20% to 19.2% for BBC One. Despite logging lower Big Brother figures, Channel 4 rose to an average of 7.8% (+1: 0.7%), and BBC Two took 5.7%.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional