The latest saviours of ITV's Nightly Show, Gordon Ramsay and his hairdresser, attracted an average of 1.48m viewers on Monday, according to the overnight ratings. If he follows the pattern of preceding weeks, the only way is down. Dermot O'Leary finished his run on Friday with just 635k viewers.
Over on ITV Encore, the new period romperama Harlots launched to an average of 64k - that's aparently more than double the network's usual performance, but makes the economics of an eight-part-costume drama hard to understand. Presumably co-purchasers Hulu, an Netflix rival, will make more money out of the show in America.