Glee, which was recently snapped up by Sky, concluded with 1.24m (5.1%) on E4 in the 9pm hour, down 300k on the finale of season one. A further 391k (2.2%) watched the episode on E4 +1.
Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die, featuring footage of the assisted death of a British motor neurone sufferer, was watched by 1.64m (6.7%) on BBC Two from 9pm. Afterwards, a special Newsnight debate on the issue of assisted suicide stimulated 1.11m (5.6%).
Case Histories mustered 3.99m (16.3%) on BBC One in the 9pm hour, but was outperformed by The Waltons Sextuplets: Moving On, which took 5.52m (22.6%) on ITV1 and 244k (1.3%) on +1.
Earlier, Saints and Scroungers fetched 3.38m (16.1%) from 7.30pm, while The Dales entertained 3.24m (15.3%) on ITV1 from 8pm. Panorama grabbed 2.53m (10.9%) on BBC One from 8.30pm and A Question of Sport amused 2.14m (14.8%) from 10.45pm.
On BBC Two, James May's Toy Stories delighted 1.01m (5%) in the 7pm hour. Springwatch captivated 2.35m (10.3%) from 8pm and 162k (0.7%) on BBC HD.
Channel 4's Dispatches pulled in 660k (2.9%) in the 8pm hour. Embarrassing Fat Bodies enthralled 2.17m (8.9%) from 9pm and 555k (3%) on +1. A screening of Premonition captivated 880k (6.1%) from 10pm and 167k (2.2%) on timeshift.
How Do They Do It? was seen by 424k (2%) from 7pm, before Police Interceptors sped away with 1m (4.4%) from 8pm. The Restaurant Inspector served up 1.03m (4.2%) in the 9pm hour and a showing of Cleaner mustered 928k (6.5%) from 10pm.
Overall, ITV1 won primetime with 25.2% (+1: 0.6%) against BBC One's 19.3%. BBC Two came in third with 6.9%, followed by Channel 4 with 5.1% (+1: 1%) and Channel 5 with 3.8%.
Elsewhere, reality TV series Made In Chelsea climbed to 556k (3.1%) on E4 in the 10pm hour and 140k (1.4%) on +1.
World's Craziest Fools, presented by former A-Team star Mr. T, boggled 608k (3.8%) on BBC Three from 10.30pm. Game Of Thrones had 507k (2.1%) on Sky Atlantic from 9pm.
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional