The main Dancing On Ice programme averaged 8.93m (33.2%) for ITV1 between 6.30pm and 8.30pm, peaking at 9.81m (34.8%) for the final 15 minutes.
Dancing On Ice: The Skate-Off, which saw Ellen Rivas and Craig McLachlan become the latest celebrities to be eliminated from the show, pulled in 7.53m (29.8%) from 9.30pm.
In a strong night for ITV1, Wild At Heart entertained 7.84m (28.9%) between 8.30pm and 9.30pm. Later, That Sunday Night Show had 3.16m (15.6%) from 10.15pm.
On BBC One, Antiques Roadshow brought in 5.94m (24.5%) in the 6pm hour, before Countryfile managed 6.6m (24.6%). Lark Rise to Candleford mustered 6.57m (23.5%) in the 8pm hour, and then detective series Zen grabbed 4.39m (17.4%) from 9pm.
Over at BBC Two, James May's Toy Stories entertained 1.27m (4.7%) from 7.15pm. Live coverage of snooker's The Masters captivated 1.56m (6.3%) between 8.15pm and 11pm.
An extended Jamie's Fish Suppers cooked up 1.56m (5.6%) on Channel 4 in the 8pm hour and 149k (0.6%) on +1. Gordon Ramsay's Shark Bait had 2.06m (7.9%) from 9pm and 266k (1.3%) on timeshift. Comic's Choice: Alan Davies amused 990k (4.9%) from 10pm and 84k (0.8%) an hour later.
Screenings of Are We There Yet? and Bad Boys II brought in respective audiences of 817k (3%) and 1.08m (5.4%) on Channel 5 from 7pm.
Overall, ITV1 won primetime with 29.4% against BBC One's 21.3%. BBC Two came in third with 5.9%, followed by Channel 4 with 5.4% (+1: 0.7%) and Channel 5 with 3.7%.
Elsewhere, Sky1's talent show Got To Dance continued to perform well, attracting consecutive audiences of 926k (3.8%) and 817k (3%) between 6pm and 8pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional