Nine network won with 32.3% then Seven 29.1%, TEN 17.1%, ABC 16.6% and SBS 4.9%.
Next for Nine were Nine News (1.32m), 60 Minutes (1.21m). But the movie Crazy Stupid Love plummeted to just 376,000 viewers.
Seven News (1.2m) was best for Seven followed by The X Factor (1.12m), Sunday Night (1.1m) and Castle (526,000 / 333,000).
A first-run Best Exotic Marigold Hotel movie topped TEN’s night at 564,000 then Modern Family (552,000 / 424,000), Bondi Vet (414,000), TEN Eyewitness News (358,000) and Bondi Rescue (263,000).
ABC News (853,000) led ABC1 followed by ANZAC Girls (800,000), Doctor Who (748,000 / 87,000), The Bletchley Circle (497,000), Compass (379,000) and Midsomer Murders (364,000). A Utopia replay was 162,000.
A repeat of Machu Picchu Decoded was 363,000 on SBS ONE then SBS World News (193,000), The Journey of Mankind with Eddie Izzard (170,000) and United States of Secrets (119,000).
Justine Clarke’s Great Big World on ABC topped multichannels at 256,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 31 August 2014.