More viewers watched a 2am broadcast of the Rugby World Cup on Nine than were watching the channel at 9:40pm in the evening.
The Rugby World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand scored an impressive 501,000, more than a doco later in primetime.
Most shows took a slight dip compared to last week, but it’s not clear if Sunday viewing was impacted by some Melburnians taking an unofficial long weekend and widespread blackouts in Adelaide last night.
The Block again topped Sunday with 1.21m while Sunday Night was just under the magic million at 972,000 and TBL Families scored 576,000.
The Beautiful Lie dropped again, down from 435,000 to 381,000.
Nine network won Sunday with 33.6% then Seven 28.6%, TEN 17.2%, ABC 13.7% and SBS 6.8%.
The Block (1.21m) topped the night for Nine then Nine News (1.14m) and 60 Minutes (948,000). Videos That Changed The World drew 494,000.
Seven News (1.11m) led for Seven then Sunday Night (972,000), Beach Cops (716,000), Quantico (516,000) and Castle (401,000). A Blindspot replay was 189,000.
ABC News (732,000) topped ABC’s night followed by Doctor Who (430,000) and The Beautiful Lie (381,000). Death in Paradise was 270,000 and Compass was 252,000.
TBL Families was best for TEN at 576,000. Scorpion was 417,000, TEN Eyewitness News was 383,000, Limitless was 336,000 and NCIS was 189,000.
On SBS it was Egypt: What Lies Beneath (354,000) and SBS World News (146,000). Black Panther Woman was just 76,000.
7TWO’s Escape to the Country was best on multichannels at 263,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 1 November 2015