Despite it being outside primetime Seven still won the week.
But interestingly, Nine landed ahead of its key rival in primary channel share.
SBS ONE: 4.2
That meant Seven’s multichannels helped it cross the finish line.
ABC News 24: 1.2
SBS 2: 1.0
Seven’s other brands were Seven News (Sun: 1.00m), Better Homes and Gardens (907,000) and Border Security (905,000).
60 Minutes (1.18m) was best for Nine then Nine News (Sun: 1.12m) and The Big Bang Theory (1.12m).
ABC News (Sun: 862,000) led ABC’s week followed by Australian Story (859,000) and New Tricks (822,000).
Modern Family (719,000), NCIS (711,000) and Territory Cops (621,000) were best on TEN.
Greeks Romans Vikings: The Founders of Europe was again tops on SBS ONE at 319,000 followed by What’s the Catch? with Matthew Evans (318,000) and Insight (295,000).
Nine won key demos 16-39, 18-49 and 25-54.
Seven ranked first on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Nine scored on Sunday, Monday and Friday.
Seven took victory in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. Nine won Sydney and Melbourne.
Just 3 weeks remain in the 2014 ratings year.