Sunday was a night of extremes with The Block reaching a new 2018 high and TEN stuck under 400,000 across all of its shows.
With a perfect 30 score in kitchen week, The Block‘s 1.34m viewers dominated the night, easily topping all demos, and leaving a vast gap before Little Big Shots on 827,000 -both were up. ABC News / Joanna Lumley’s India followed while TEN’s movie from 7:30pm was unable to compete on just 282,000 viewers.
60 Minutes also won its slot at 738,000 viewers ahead of Sunday Night (611,000 from 8pm), both down on last week, and Rake on 505,000 which was up.
Earlier Nine News also pipped Seven News at 1.06m to 1.04m respectively.
SBS was also noticeably down last night with viewers avoiding a death row documentary.
Nine network won Sunday with 34.5% then Seven 31.1%, ABC 16.1%, TEN 12.8% and SBS 5.4%.
The Block was #1 at 1.34m followed by Nine News (1.06m), 60 Minutes (738,000), and City of Evil (307,000).
Seven News (1.04m) led for Seven then Little Big Shots (827,000), Sunday Night (611,000) and Murder Uncovered (370,000).
ABC News (718,000), Rake (505,000), Joanna Lumley’s India (463,000), and Vera (266,000) comprised ABC’s night.
On a low night TEN Eyewitness News (385,000) was best for TEN then The Sunday Project (312,000 / 248,000), movie: Now You See Me 2 (282,000), and Bondi Rescue (200,000). Sports Tonight was just 65,000.
On SBS it was Treasures Decoded (163,000) and SBS World News (148,000). 20 Years on Death Row was just 67,000.
7mate movie Independence Day: Resurgence led multichannels at 179,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 16 September 2018.