The show topped the night with a whopping 1.91m viewers -a new record for the show.
Seven and Nine both pulled big shares, at the expense of the rest.
TEN will again be grateful its multichannel share propped up some dire numbers.
A 6.4% channel share was its lowest primary channel share in survey since the introduction of OzTAM ratings in 2001.
Seven network share was 35.9% then Nine 32.6%, ABC 14.4%, TEN 13.1% and SBS 3.9%.
Also scoring for Seven were My Kitchen Rules (1.73m), Seven News (1.19m), Downton Abbey (1.13m) and Castle (462,000).
Fat Tony and Co. won its timeslot for Nine at 1.38m / 1.24m viewers. Next were The Block (1.33m), Nine News (1.09m), 60 Minutes (926,000) and a Love Child repeat (430,000).
ABC News (801,000) was best for ABC1 followed by Flying Monsters with David Attenborough (706,000), Rake (617,000), Australia’s Remote Islands (447,000) and Tim Winton’s The Turning (272,000).
TEN’s night was a shocker with 378,000 as its best audience for So You Think You Can Dance Australia, despite its amazing talent. TEN Eyewitness News was 348,000, Modern Family was 280,000 / 254,000 and Have You Been Paying Attention? was just 168,000. Thankfully Sochi Winter Olympics gave ONE a 5.1% share.
SBS ONE also struggled with World News Australia (180,000), Plane Crash (167,000) and Archaeology: A Secret History (146,000),
Sochi Winter Olympics led multichannels at 271,000 viewers.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 23 February 2014