After being virtually neck-and-neck for weeks ITV’s Mr Selfridge pulled away from Ripper Street on Sunday with 6.1m viewers and a 24.6% audience share.
The second series of Charlie Booker's Black Mirror kicked off with 1.6m viewers on Monday and a 9% share of the total available audience.
ITV's Mr Selfridge won the Sunday 9pm slot once again this weekend despite being up against the BAFTAs.
The much plugged Dancing on the Edge debuted this week with 2.3m viewers and a 9.5% share of the audience on BBC Two on Monday.
The fifth series of Being Human debuted on BBC Three with an audience of 731k (4%) on Sunday and topped the multi-channel ratings.
The first full series of Derek started on Channel 4 week with 1.4m viewers and a 7.7% share of the audience.
The second series of BBC One's Call the Midwife launched on Sunday with 9.3m viewers and a 32.5% share of the audience.
Ratings for the BBC's Monday night comedies dipped after a successful festive period due to competition from a certain Oxford detective over on ITV1.
The festive period was a mixture of new beginnings and fond farewells for our favourite TV shows.
BBC One's new six-part drama Last Tango in Halifax made an excellent start on Tuesday with 6.2m viewers and a 25.6% share of the audience.