At 860,000 the final episodes of Wild Boys justified the decision by Seven to call it quits on the colonial drama.
Whether those numbers were down because the network had shown a loss of faith, because it was a double finale, or both, is hard to tell.
But Nine won Sunday with 60 Minutes (1.32m) as the night’s top show, with its other performers Frozen Planet (1.03m), Nine News (989,000), CSI (857,000), Person of Interest (551,000) and Prime Suspect (264,000). Coverage of the President’s Cup averaged 299,000. The last ever Postcards finished with 96,000 in Adelaide.
Sunday Night (1.22m) was best for Seven with Seven News (1.17m) and Castle (594,000).
Junior MasterChef (854,000) was third in its timeslot for TEN. Merlin (776,000), Terra Nova (624,000), TEN News (496,000) and Ringer (270,000) followed.
ABC News (794,000) led ABC1 followed by Restoration Home (745,000), The Night Watch (615,000), Miniscule (363,000) and Compass (216,000).
The Bible: A History (304,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by Kissinger on 146,000.
The Big Bang Theory (347,000) topped multichannels on GO!
Nine won Sunday.