This saw The Big Adventure air at 8:30pm, Sunday Night was on 7TWO and Resurrection did not air in that market.
But Seven may be concerned at the numbers for The Big Adventure in several markets where there were no such interruptions.
It lost to The Embassy in 4 cities (by just a 1,000 in Adelaide), and in Sydney it was third behind Scorpion. Tonight will be a more level battlefield.
Just 0.1% divided Seven and Nine’s primary channels but Seven network won the night overall with a 29.4% share then Nine 27.2%, TEN 20.7%, ABC 15.9% and SBS 6.7%.
Seven News was best for Seven at 1.02m, then Sunday Night (781,000), The Big Adventure (664,000), V8 Supercars (510,000 in 4 cities), Resurrection (410,000 / 338,000 in 4 cities). In Perth Telethon was 203,000 for the biggest part of the broadcast.
Nine’s early evening line-up did well. 60 Minutes topped the night at 1.06m followed by Nine News (980,000), The Embassy (882,000), then Gotham (626,000). Movie: Batman was just 217,000.
TEN had an improved Sunday with Modern Family 694,000 / 606,000 second in its timeslot. Scorpion was 608,000, NCIS: NO was 483,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 402,000, The Graham Norton Show was 352,000 and Bondi Rescue was 261,000.
ABC News (859,000) was a good result for ABC followed by Doctor Who (566,000 / 76,000), last episode for The Code (564,000), Compass (413,000). Mad Dogs was 240,000 and Once My Mother was 81,000.
On SBS ONE it was Greeks Roman Vikings: The Founders of Europe (308,000), Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World (273,000), SBS World News (174,000) and Project Nim (67,000).
7TWO’s Escape to the Country led multichannels at 292,000 / 273,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 26 October 2014