Nine’s 60 Minutes tops Seven’s Olivia drama
Ratings: The Voice also wins for Nine. Half of the Eurovision audience watch it Live in the morning.
Seven is likely to be disappointed in the results for its Olivia drama last night, pulling 735,000 viewers and beaten by 60 Minutes MH370 special on 872,000.
The Delta Goodrem-led drama drew a mixed response on social media and only hit the front once 60 Minutes ended.
Earlier The Voice also won its slot with 1.00m viewers ahead of MasterChef (from 7:30pm) on 723,000 and House Rules on 686,000. Seven’s renovation show doubtless was a contributing factor to the Olivia numbers.
Another will be the lure of Eurovision on SBS at 210,000, well down on 2017’s 308,000 -however nearly half the audience watched it Live in the morning.
Seven News at least won for the network as the top title of the night.
Although Nine led in primary channel share, Seven network won thanks to multichannels with 31.6% then Nine 29.0%, TEN 16.6%, ABC 15.3% and SBS 7.4%.
Seven News was #1 with 1.09m viewers then Olivia Newton John: Hopelessly Devoted to You (735,000) and House Rules (686,000).
Nine News (1.01m) was best for Nine then The Voice (1.00m), 60 Minutes (872,000) and Harry & Meghan: A Love Story (368,000).
MasterChef Australia (723,000) led for TEN followed by The Project (488,000 / 282,000), Roseanne (304,000), TEN Eyewitness News (299,000), NCIS (256,000), Family Feud (236,000), and SEAL Team (109,000).
ABC News (717,000), Prince Harry’s Story: Four Royal Weddings (577,000), Agatha Christie’s Ordeal by Innocence (504,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (212,000), The Checkout (160,000) and National Treasure (151,000) comprised ABC’s night.
Eurovision Song Contest averaged 210,000 for SBS (195,000 in the morning) and SBS World News was 128,000.
7mate’s Bourne Ultimatum helped the network win with 176,000 viewers.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 13 May 2018