Sunday was a win for local drama with Mystery Road drawing 786,000 with viewers staying right to the end of the double episode premiere.
That put the show ahead of a much-publicised Sunday Night interview on 631,000, which did better than last week’s 427,000.
Earlier House Rules won its timeslot for the first time this season with 882,000 viewers.
The reveal of a Tweed Heads renovation outranked The Voice on 816,000 and MasterChef Australia (781,000 from 7:30pm) -the latter still topped the demos- and David Attenborough’s Tasmania at 750,000 from 7:40pm.
Seven network won the night with 29.2% then Nine 27.1%, ABC 20.8%, TEN 17.1% and SBS 5.8%.
Seven News was#1 with 1.18m viewers then House Rules (882,000) and Sunday Night (631,000). Crimes That Shook the World drew 247,000.
Nine News (1.07m) was best for Nine then The Voice (816,000 in preliminary numbers) and 60 Minutes (429,000 in preliminary).
Mystery Road (786,000 / 773,000), David Attenborough’s Tasmania (750,000), ABC News (747,000) and Back in Time for Dinner (242,000) comprised ABC’s night.
MasterChef Australia led with 781,000 for TEN followed by The Sunday Project (428,000 / 237,000), NCIS (311,000 / 221,000) and TEN Eyewitness News (309,000).
On SBS it was Underwater Pompeii (204,000), Elvis Presley: The Searcher (171,000) and SBS World News (155,000).
7mate’s Avengers movie topped multichannels with 216,000 viewers. Love Island drew 121,000 on 9GO!
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 3 June 2018