The Block and The Doctor Blake Mysteries were timeslot winners on Sunday night, with ABC entertainment shows pulling ahead of Seven.
Meanwhile TEN again struggled in primetime, now under 300,000.
Nine’s renovation show pulled another 1.51m viewers, mirroring its performance last weekend, way ahead of Sunday Night’s 591,000 in 4 cities. Bull, which started at 7:30, could only manage 221,000, on par with last week’s figure. Doc Martin, which aired from 7:40pm was high with 940,000.
By 8:30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries drew 944,000, beating 60 Minutes and a Star Wars film on Seven. TEN dipped lower still with NCIS: New Orleans.
In Perth Telethon pulled 163,000 and raised a staggering $36m.
Nine network won Monday with 34.2% then Seven 27.6%, ABC 20.7%, TEN 11.3% and SBS 6.1%.
The Block was #1 with 1.51m then Nine News (1.04m), 60 Minutes (865,000) and Australian Crime Stories (398,000).
Seven News (976,000) was best for Seven then Sunday Night (591,000 in 4 cities), Highway Patrol (495,000in 4 cities) and movie: Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (393,000).
The Doctor Blake Mysteries (944,000), Doc Martin (940,000), ABC News (786,000), Fearless (327,000) and Classsic Countdown (205,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Gold Coast 600 (380,000) was highest all day for TEN but was out of primetime. In the evening The Sunday Project (299,000 / 272,000) was highest then Family Feud (263,000), Bull (221,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (209,000 / 200,000).
On SBS it was SBS World News (163,000), Robert Redford’s The West (159,000) and The Greeks (157,000).
Border Security on 7TWO ran its finger over multichannels with 203,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 22 October 2017