Sunday Night hears more on the allegations against US comedian Bill Cosby, speaking to 4 women accusing him of drugging and raping them, attracting discussion on social media and 849,000 viewers.
It also spoke with Australian-based comedian and writer Franklin Ajaye for cultural perspective, but still painting a bleak picture.
MasterChef was the big winner in the entertainment stakes at 1.22m viewers, with Reno Rumble‘s penultimate episode also rising to 902,000.
Seven network won the night with 28.0% then Nine 26.0%, TEN 23.4%, ABC 16.7% and SBS 5.9%.
Seven News (1.14m) was best for Seven then House Rules (971,000), Sunday Night (849,000) and Bones (446,000 / 364,000).
Nine News (1.38m) was high for Nine followed by Reno Rumble (902,000), and 60 Minutes (782,000). Movie: Jailhouse Girls was 429,000.
MasterChef Australia rose to 1.22m for TEN. Modern Family was 665,000 / 476,000, CSI Cyber slipped to 531,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 442,000 and FIA Formula One was 250,000 in 3 cities.
ABC News (965,000) was strongest on ABC. Martin Clunes Man and Beast (677,000) followed then the conclusion to The Secret River (654,000) and Compass (335,000).
On SBS ONE it was Michael Scott: Who Were the Greeks? (327,000), SBS World News (216,000), Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World (199,000) and Stalin’s Daughter (140,000). Ebola Outbreak was 61,000.
ABC2’s Mike the Knight (252,000) was best on multichannels.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 21 June 2015