The Voice was #1 with 1.97m viewers while 60 Minutes, which featured a Ricky Martin interview, pulled out 1.73m viewers despite it being little more than a cross-promo for the show that had just ended.
Nine network won the night convincingly with a share of 36.3% then Seven 26.5%, TEN 16.2%, ABC 16.1% and SBS 5.0%.
Next for Nine were Nine News (1.5m), The Mentalist (733,000) and Person of Interest was 320,000.
Seven News (1.34m) led Seven then House Rules (1.28m), Sunday Night (926,000), and A Place to Call Home (851,000). But Mr Selfridge bombed at 291,000 and will struggle to remain in the timeslot on those numbers.
MasterChef Australia put in a good performance for TEN at 924,000 viewers. Modern Family was 514,000 then TEN Eyewitness News (485,000), Elementary (475,000), Bondi Rescue (327,000). The Millers struggled on 297,000.
ABC News (826,000) led for ABC1 then Inspector George Gently (791,000), Restoration Home (590,000) and Compass (488,000).
Sacred Wonders of Britain (330,000) was best for SBS ONE followed by SBS World News (217,000), Derren Brown (159,000) and Magic Mushrooms (107,000).
ABC2’s Octonauts topped multichannels at 281,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 18 May 2014