Kaya Scodelario's return to the E4 drama's final series attracted 668,000 (3.8%) at 10pm, with a further 115k (1.3%) tuning in on +1. This is around 100k more than the sixth series finale in March 2012.
On BBC One, Fake Britain was seen by 2.46 million (11.9%) at 7.30pm, while Panorama interested 1.71m (7.5%) at 8.30pm. A New Tricks repeat brought in 3.18m (14.0%) at 9pm.
BBC Two's Today at Wimbledon featuring Andy Murray's fourth round win scored 2.01m (9.0%) at 8pm. Rick Stein's India cooked up 2.17m (9.6%) at 9pm.
On ITV, The Dales continued with 2.96m (13.6%) at 8.30pm (149k/0.7% on +1). Long Lost Family was the most-watched show outside of soaps, gaining 200k from last week to 4.96m (21.9%) at 9pm (250k/1.4%).
Channel 4's Undercover Boss returned for a new series with 1.64m (7.2%) at 9pm (231k/1.3%). Daisy Donovan's Greatest Shows on Earth fell to 443k (2.6%) at 10pm.
On Channel 5, The Gadget Show entertained 726k (3.3%) at 8pm (116k/0.5%). The Town the Travellers Took Over interested 1.29m (5.7%) at 9pm. Big Brother continued with 1.29m (7.3%) at 10pm (155k/1.7%).
BBC Three documentary series Don't Call Me Crazy continued with 693k (3.1%) at 9pm, while Family Guy peaked at 751k (9.0%) at 11.30m. BBC Four's Only Connect quizzed 747k (3.3%) at 8.30pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional