“We’ve been left with no other option but to end Sonya & Hadil’s involvement in the competition,” Pete Evans told remaining teams on My Kitchen Rules last night, ending a volatile week of headlines and accusations.
Despite a lack of further details, the show still topped the night with 1.29m viewers, but The Voice improved for Nine averaging 1.11m, its best figures since debuting a week ago.
That left Bachelor in Paradise (from 7:30pm) on 669,000, third in its slot. TEN’s show however also topped the 2 younger demos.
Sunday Night was well ahead of 60 Minutes, at 949,000 and 616,000 respectively.
Seven News also won over Nine News while ABC’s night was dominated by repeat material and scored accordingly.
Seven network won Sunday with 33.5% then Nine 30.1%, ABC 14.8%, TEN 14.1% and SBS 7.2%.
My Kitchen Rules was #1 for Seven with 1.29m viewers then Seven News (1.22m) and Sunday Night (949,000). Best of the Games drew 208,000.
The Voice (1.11m) led for Nine followed by Nine News (966,000), 60 Minutes (616,000) and Born to Kill (318,000).
ABC News (695,000), Grand Designs (610,000) were first run for ABC but Midsomer Murders (342,000), Hard Quiz (212,000) and National Treasure (129,000) were all repeats.
Bachelor in Paradise (669,000) was best for TEN then The Sunday Project (343,000 / 259,000), NCIS (337,000), TEN Eyewitness News (298,000), Family Feud (233,000) and SEAL Team (182,000).
On SBS it was The Celts (229,000), Trump’s Takeover (193,000), SBS World News (177,000) and Michael Moore: Where Next to Invade (135,000).
Thomas and Friends (172,000) topped multichannels for ABC KIDS.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 22 April 2018