Marathon Logies but Nine wins Sunday

851,000 viewers watched a marathon Logie Awards last night, with some 630,000 still viewing when Grant Denyer took the Gold at the end.

The numbers were down on 2017’s 972,000 and 2016’s 1.12m but it still dominated viewing from around 8:30pm after a tussle with House Rules on 915,000 and MasterChef‘s 718,000.

ABC still drew a respectable crowd for Mystery Road on 572,000 while Seven News topped the night on 1.2m viewers.

Nine’s Gold Coast broadcast won them the night with a 34.3% share then Seven 29.8%, TEN 15.8%, ABC 13.4% and SBS 6.7%.

Nine News (1.054m) was best for Nine then the TV Week Logie Awards (851,000), Red Carpet Arrivals (840,000).

Seven News was #1 for Seven with 1.2m viewers followed by House Rules (915,000), Sunday Night (567,000) and Carl Williams’ Women (289,000).

MasterChef Australia (718,000) led for TEN then The Sunday Project (392,000 / 255,000), NCIS (290,000), TEN Eyewitness News (269,000) and Family Feud (193,000).

ABC News (656,000), Mystery Road (572,000), Grand Designs NZ (534,000), Back in Time for Dinner (168,000), Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery (125,000) and Score (120,000) comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was Treasures Decoded (232,000), FIFA World Cup (220,000), SBS World News (158,000), Road to Russia (133,000) and The Two Escobars (102,000).

7mate’s movie Captain America topped multichannels on 197,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 1 July 2018

7 Comments:

  1. Maev....Sydney

    I watched Masterchef before going back to Logies…I am turning into a reality junkie…Back in Time for Dinner….Buying Blind…I even like the adds for Aussie Survivor…and I never watch that…

  2. Bruce Banner

    4 hours is way too long, I made it until just before the 3 hour mark before calling it quits and even then I was struggling.

    One musical performance to open, one to close and perhaps 10 less ad breaks (all promoting that Stan movie in every single break) would condense things perfectly.

  3. They need to shorten the broadcast by removing or reducing the forced presenter banter. One less musical performance would also save time.

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