X Factor on top, fast-tracking lifts TEN.
Ratings: Seven wins Sunday but Modern Family and Elementary bring some sunshine at last to TEN.
On Nine Australia’s Got Talent is holding but 60 Minutes was down on its usual numbers and a movie at 9:15 had its work cut-out. ABC1 saw Serangoon Road drop, hopefully no further in coming weeks.
It was Seven that dominated the night thanks to another strong outing by The X Factor.
Seven Network share was 36.3% then Nine 25.5%, TEN 19.0%, ABC 14.5% and SBS 4.8%.
The X Factor (1.54m) topped the night for Seven then Sunday Night (1.39m), Seven News (1.24m), Bones (823,000) and Castle (517,000).
Nine News (1.16m) was best for Nine followed by Australia’s Got Talent (1.01m), 60 Minutes (878,000) and Movie: The Lincoln Lawyer (413,000).
New Modern Family (802,000 / 681,000) lifted TEN then new Elementary (736,000), TEN Eyewitness News (486,000), Great Bear Stakeout with Billy Connolly (417,000) and the movie Cowboys and Aliens (318,000).
ABC News (801,000) was best for ABC1 then Supersized Earth (719,000), Serangoon Road (507,000), Compass (379,000). Big Name No Blanket struggled on just 188,000.
On SBS ONE it was Lost Kingdoms of South America (303,000), World News Australia (243,000), Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta (125,000) and The Observer Effect (109,000).
ABC2’s Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom (250,000) led multichannels.
Insiders: 167,000 / 94,000 / 51,000
Bolt Report: 105,000 / 99,000
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 29 September 2013