The third generation concluded with 268k (1.6%) from 10pm, worse than its series premiere, with a further 82k (0.9%) on timeshift.
Elsewhere on the multichannels, the latest episode of US import Grimm had 489k (2%) on Watch from 9pm.
On the terrestrials, the latest Scott & Bailey took 5.79m (24.2%) on ITV1 (+1: 282k/1.7%), winning the 9pm hour. Earlier, The Dales garnered 3.79m (16.4%).
BBC One showed Panorama (1.84m/7.9%) and Empire (2.42m/10.1%).
On BBC Two, Chaplains: Angels of Mersey was watched by 841k (3.6%). The Little Paris Kitchen: Cooking with Rachel Khoo grabbed 1.32m (5.7%) from 8.30pm followed by The Tube getting 1.97m (8.2%).
Channel 4 aired China: Triumph and Turmoil (1m/4.3%) from 8pm. It was followed by Embarrassing Bodies, which averaged 2.44m (10.2%) and 422k (2.5%) on +1, and Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, which had 1.54m (9.3%) and 172k (2%) on timeshift.
Channel 5's Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves took 875k (5.3%) from 9pm.
Overall, ITV1 claimed primetime victory with 25.3% (+1: 0.8%) beating BBC One's 17%. Channel 4 ended up with 6.6% (+1: 0.9%) ahead of BBC Two's 5.6% and Channel 5's 4% (+1: 0.3%).
BARB ratings data supplied by Attentional