Viewers are still showing a lack of interest in ANZAC themed programming with less than a week until centenary commemorations.
Sunday Night‘s part two of The Power of Ten presented by Ben Roberts-Smith drew 674,000 viewers, plunging from its MKR lead-in of 1.36m viewers and trailing 60 Minutes (1.19m).
Meanwhile Foxtel premiered its Deadline Gallipoli miniseries but the numbers were too low to crack the Top 20, dominated by Sport, Real Housewives and replays of The Simpsons.
On Free to Air the night turned into 2 x two horse races, with Seven only pipping Nine due to its multichannel share and a tie for third place.
Seven Network’s share was 31.2% then Nine 31.0%, TEN and ABC both on 16.1% and SBS 5.7%.
Seven News (1.46m) topped the night for Seven then My Kitchen Rules (1.36m), Sunday Night (674,000) and Castle (376,000 across two episodes).
The Block‘s strategically coded episode (Room Reveal: 1.28m / 1.18m) was best for Nine then Nine News (1.28m), 60 Minutes (1.19m), Stalker (482,000) and The Following (196,000).
ABC News (893,000) led for ABC then Australia’s Great War Horse (630,000), Poldark (595,000) and Compass (341,000). Fortitude was 273,000.
Modern Family (609,000 /517,000) topped the night for TEN. Shark Tank was 548,000, NCIS: New Orleans was 403,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 334,000 and Empire was down to 68,000 in 4 cities and 49,000 in 3 cities.
Rome: The World’s First Superpower (256,000), Jesus: Rise to Power (209,000), Dateline presents: Putin’s Way (199,000) and SBS World News (177,000) completed the night for SBS ONE.
GO!’s Big Bang Theory was in front on multichannels at 238,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 19 April 2015