Nine sings on Sunday, Seven close behind.
Ratings: Both Nine and Seven drew good shares for Sunday, well ahead of the rest.
Nine had a winning line-up last night, leading from Nine News at 6pm through to an Adele special at around 9:30pm.
Seven News was a competitive second while TBL Families saw a proposal help deliver TEN’s best performer.
On ABC it was a night of dramatic deaths, with the final episode of The Beautiful Lie wrapping much lower than when it began.
SBS managed a good result thanks to a doco on Scotland.
Nine network won with 32.2% then Seven 30.0%, TEN 16.7%, ABC 14.8% and SBS 6.4%.
The Block (1.23m) led for Nine then Nine News (1.16m), 60 Minutes (1.15m) and Adele: Live in London (680,000).
Seven News (1.15m) was best for Seven then Sunday Night (850,000), Beach Cops (753,000) and Movie: Captain Phillips (674,000).
TBL Families topped TEN at 673,000. TEN Eyewitness News was 425,000, Scorpion was 389,000, Limitless was 303,000 and NCIS was 209,000.
ABC News (791,000) ruled for ABC followed by Doctor Who (481,000), The Beautiful Lie (425,000), Death in Paradise (286,000) and Compass (268,000).
On SBS Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier did well with 350,000. Genius was 190,000 and SBS World News was 148,000.
7TWO’s Escape to the Country topped multichannels at 219,000.
Only 11,000 watched Junior Eurovision live at 4am on SBS -it gets a primetime repeat this coming Saturday.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 22 November 2015