Nine bowls the competition over on Sunday
Ratings: T/20 Cricket gives the night to Nine. Seven was doing well -until it hit The Big Adventure.
Seven was competitive until 8:30pm but things fell apart as The Big Adventure hit a new low -just 444,000 viewers. At this rate it’s not going to be pretty when the show hands out a $1 million prize.
Nine network share was 35.1% then Seven 25.5%, ABC 16.8%, TEN 16.6% and SBS 6.0%.
Nine News (1.17m) topped the night for Nine then Twenty 20 cricket (1.13m), The Embassy (636,000 in 3 cities). Movie: Hard to Kill was 411,000.
Sunday Night (1.03m) led the night for Seven then Seven News (978,000) and Surveillance Oz (932,000) but The Big Adventure flopped in its new timeslot on just 444,000 -fourth in its timeslot- leaving Resurrection on 245,000 and Castle with just 141,000.
ABC News (812,000) was best for ABC followed by Doctor Who‘s finale (620,000 / 96,000), Fleming: The Man who would be Bond (449,000), Compass (376,000). Doors Open was just 136,000.
Two repeat episodes of Modern Family were strongest on TEN at 565,000 / 558,000 then Scorpion (542,000), NCIS: New Orleans (512,000), The Graham Norton Show (351,000), TEN Eyewitness News (339,000) and Bondi Rescue (240,000).
Treasures of Ancient Rome (292,000) led for SBS ONE followed by Berlin Wall: Closing the Iron Curtain (248,000), Cold Case JFK (201,000) and SBS World News (266,000).
7TWO’s Escape to the Country was the best-ranked title on multichannels at 295,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 9 November 2014