Block leads Nine’s Sunday, Hell’s Kitchen sinks, TEN troubled.
Ratings: The Block beats Australian Survivor which beats Hell's Kitchen. But for TEN the night was no fun.
There was good news and bad news for TEN last night.
Australian Survivor finished in front of Seven’s Hell’s Kitchen but from there the night was an utter disaster.
Yet none of the 3 reality shows were in the same timeslot.
The Block trounced the competition with 1.29m viewers, a lift on last Sunday, defeating Sunday Night (790,000) and Modern Family (274,000).
For those wanting to compare the big three reality shows, The Block‘s 1.29m was twice Australian Survivor (622,000) and Hell’s Kitchen Australia (544,000). Seven’s show lost 273,000 viewers compared to its launch.
Nine had a winning night including with Nine News and 60 Minutes.
TEN’s poor performance enabled SBS to land in the Top 20 twice with Titanic: The New Evidence and Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier.
Nine network won Sunday with 35.0% share then Seven 27.3%, ABC 17.1%, TEN 13.1% and SBS 7.5%.
The Block was #1 for Nine with 1.29m viewers then Nine News (1.21m) and 60 Minutes (869,000). The LA Riots was just 218,000.
Seven News (1.15m) was best for Seven then Sunday Night (790,000) and Hell’s Kitchen (544,000). Heists That Shook The World drew 324,000.
Australian Survivor pulled 622,000 for TEN but from there things were problematic. TEN Eyewitness News was 310,000, Modern Family was 274,000 / 237,000, NCIS: New Orleans was 242,000 / 187,000, Family Feud was just 229,000.
On ABC it was ABC News (776,000), Poldark (551,000), Grand Designs NZ (531,000) and Death in Paradise (344,000).
Titanic: The New Evidence (322,000), Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier (279,000) and SBS World News (190,000) comprised SBS night. Occupation Native was just 74,000.
7TWO’s The Force pulled 192,000 to top multichannels.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 13 August 2017.