Seven News (1.26m) may have beaten Nine News (1.00m) but from 6:30pm the night went Nine’s way.
Frozen Planet (1.23m) won its timeslot over Sunday Night (1.12m) and Merlin (622,000). ABC News was 824,000.
60 Minutes (1.37m) was the top show for the night, beating Wild Boys (899,000), Junior MasterChef (762,000). Figures for Wide Open Road (647,000) are unlikely to include its late time change as there are no numbers for the 7:30 special. The Race to Bury King Tut on SBS was 236,000, its best for the night.
Underbelly: Razor was 1.3m, ahead of Bones (907,000), The #1 Ladies Detective Agency (preliminary figure of 702,000), and Mobbed (401,000).
Person of Interest also won on 650,000 over Castle (626,000) and Ringer (312,000).
Royal Pains returned with 280,000.
The Big Bang Theory on GO! was tops on multichannels with 326,000 followed by FIA Formula One on 276,000.
Nine won with 33.5% over Seven’s 27.7%, TEN’s 19.6%, ABC’s 15.0% and SBS 4.2%.