Tight race for Sunday ratings

Ratings: There was one tug of war in reality, and another in current affairs, but Seven clinched the night.

Seven dominated Sunday night with Seven News & My Kitchen Rules until 60 Minutes hit the front for Nine.

But it was a neck and neck battle between Seven & Nine all night.

At 1.16m viewers MKR led the reality battle, down on last Sunday’s 1.29m. The Voice was close behind at 1.06m also down slightly from 1.11m. Bachelor in Paradise with a 7:30 start drew 627,000, down on 667,000 but topped the 16-39 demo.

60 Minutes at 793,000 was ahead of Sunday Night‘s 747,000.

Grand Designs was the best for ABC outside its news, while SBS was locked in a battle with TEN after Bachelor wrapped.

Seven network won Sunday with 33.6% then Nine 31.0%, ABC 14.9%, TEN 13.6% and SBS 6.9%.

Seven News was #1 for Seven with 1.23m then My Kitchen Rules (1.16m) and Sunday Night (747,000). Crimes That Shook the World drew 324,000.

The Voice (1.06m) led for Nine followed by Nine News (1.03m), and 60 Minutes (793,000). I Shot My Parents pulled 317,000.

ABC News (693,000), Grand Designs (591,000), Midsomer Murders (382,000) and a Hard Quiz repeat (228,000) comprised ABC’s night.

Bachelor in Paradise (627,000) led for TEN followed by The Sunday Project (423,000 / 268,000), TEN Eyewitness News (249,000), Family Feud (224,000), an NCIS repeat (207,000) and SEAL Team (156,000).

On SBS it was The Celts (209,000), Capitalism: A Love Story (181,000) and SBS World News (171,000).

ABC KIDS’ Hey Duggee topped multichannels with 210,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 29 April 2018.

8 Responses

  1. Seven News Perth: 248k, Nine News Perth: 80k. Ouch! 168k what a whipping.

    But to be somewhat fair, 266k watched Fremantle vs. West Coast AFL derby in Perth, biggest audience in some years.

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