In its second outing Little Big Shots slipped from 1.67m to 1.31m, but it was still enough to beat The Block‘s 1.2m viewers.
Blame that partly on the lack of an AFL leading into Seven primetime yesterday. Of note, Nine’s renovation show topped all 3 demos.
In the current affairs battle 60 Minutes came out on top, despite the 30 minute head start by Sunday Night. ABC’s Inspector George Gently was not far behind either.
TEN’s Australian Survivor dipped from 607,000 to 574,00 with The Project also down on last Sunday.
Nine won in primary share but Seven network won Sunday with 32.1% then Nine 31.7%, ABC 16.9%, TEN 13.7% and SBS 5.5%.
Little Big Shots was #1 with 1.31m for Seven then Seven News (974,000), Sunday Night (747,000) and Heists that Shook the World (366,000).
The Block (1.2m) was best for Nine then Nine News (1.19m), 60 Minutes (773,000) and Diana: The Day the World Cried (431,000).
Inspector George Gently (693,000), ABC News (622,000) and Grand Designs: House of the Year (522,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Australian Survivor led for TEN with 574,000 then The Sunday Project (310,000 / 254,000), TEN Eyewitness News (274,000), Family Feud (208,000) and movie: Insurgent (200,000).
On SBS it was Building the Ancient City (173,000), SBS World News (135,000), Fair Game and SAS: A Secret History (both 74,000).
ABC2’s Peppa Pig topped multichannels with 211,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 3 September 2017