Sunday proved to be an triple win for Nine snaring the top 3 slots for the night.
The Block scored 1.24m viewers, its best number for the season thus far. It was followed by wins from Nine News and 60 Minutes.
Sunday Night was Seven’s sole show over the magic million at 1.05m viewers.
TBL Families lifted for TEN from 536,000 last week to 598,000 last night.
But ABC’s local drama The Beautiful Lie fell to 435,000, a loss of 105,000 viewers.
US dramas Quantico and Limitless also dipped again.
Nine network won with 32.8%, then Seven 29.1%, TEN 17.1%, ABC 14.2% and SBS 6.9%.
Following The Block was Nine News and 60 Minutes (both 1.11m). Events That Changed the Noughties was 593,000. A repeat of The Verdict was 165,000.
Sunday Night (1.05m) was best for Seven then Seven News (995,000), Beach Cops (776,000) and Quantico (515,000). Castle was 339,000 / 238,000.
TBL Families led for TEN with 598,000. Scorpion was 430,000, Limitless was 393,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 274,000 in 3 markets. NCIS was 178,000. A daytime broadcast of V8 Supercars was 556,000 for the Race.
ABC News (730,000), Doctor Who (493,000) and The Beautiful Lie (435,000) comprised ABC’s night. Death in Paradise was 254,000 and Compass was 229,000.
On SBS it was Life and Death in Herculaneum (310,000), The Seventies (177,000) and SBS World News (159,000).
7mate’s movie Back to the Future III topped multichannels with 268,000.
Also worth noting that last night Family Feud was simulcast on two channels instead of three at 530,000 viewers. The number is actually higher than last Sunday’s 511,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 25 October 2015.