Shiny new shows joined Sunday line-ups last night but neither could come close to The Block.
The Block topped the night and the demos with 1.14m, however the competition meant it was down on its last Sunday outing of 1.26m.
All Together Now pulled 813,000 which is in the same league it was getting for Little Big Shots. Seven’s move to screen to families on Sundays paid off after some disappointing results for new shows elsewhere in the schedule.
Game of Games (from 7:30pm) averaged 536,000 which also improves on recent Sunday fails and is also around the same numbers All Aussie Adventures was attracting. On social media the show seemed to divide viewers, with some enjoying the silly fun but others accusing the contestants of being over-the-top actors.
TEN’s Bathurst 1000 enjoyed 745,000 during the daytime with 663,000 viewing the podium from 5:30pm. The Honey Badger interview in The Sunday Project also scored well for TEN at up to 620,000.
60 Minutes stayed ahead of the pack later at 698,000 over Sunday Night‘s 499,000, the last ever Rake at 493,000 and a soft return by NCIS at 296,000.
Nine network son Sunday with 32.4% then Seven 27.9%, ABC 17.4%, TEN 16.8% and SBS 5.5%.
The Block was #1 for Nine with 1.14m then Nine News (842,000), 60 Minutes (698,000) and City of Evil (283,000).
Seven News (942,000) led for Seven then All Together Now (813,000), Sunday Night (499,000) and Murder Uncovered (284,000).
Bathurst 1000 drew 745,000 / 663,000 for TEN then The Sunday Project (620,000 / 455,000) was best for TEN then Game of Games (536,000), TEN Eyewitness News (496,000), and NCIS (296,000). Sports Tonight was just 96,000.
Due to a coding error with ABC News, Joanna Lumley’s Silk Road Adventures led for ABC at 593,000 then Rake (493,000), World’s Busiest Cities (392,000) and Vera (334,000).
On SBS it was Italy’s Invisible Cities (159,000) and SBS World News (126,000). Dying Laughing drew just 78,000.
7TWO’s Border Security topped multichannels at 157,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 7 October 2018.