The return of Spicks and Specks was a winner for ABC, topping the demos and tying with Seven News for top spot on 905,000 viewers.
On those kinds of numbers, ABC will madly be trying to lock it down for more in 2019 given Adam Hills told TV Tonight he was open to the idea.
The show easily ranked ahead of the competition with only All Together Now pulling respectable numbers at 660,000.
Nine and 10 both had disappointing nights. Family Food Fight struggled with 422,000 from 7pm and Game of Games at 7:30pm was a dismal 297,000.
Sunday Night from 8:15pm led later on 553,000 over 60 Minutes poor showing at 436,000 then Pine Gap and NCIS.
Best for SBS was Ancient Invisible Cities on 202,000.
Seven network won Sunday with 31.1% then Nine 27.3%, ABC 20.7%, 10 13.4% and SBS 7.4%.
Seven News tied for #1 at 905,000 for Seven then All Together Now (660,00), Sunday Night (553,000), and Manhunt (278,000).
Nine News (816,000) led for Nine then 60 Minutes (436,000), Family Food Fight (422,000) and Queen: Days of our Lives (327,000).
Spicks and Specks tied for #1 for ABC at 905,000 then ABC News (741,000), Pine Gap (358,000) and Vera (236,000).
The Sunday Project (339,00 / 184,000) was the best of low-hanging fruit on 10 followed by Game of Games (297,000), NCIS (268,000), 10 News First (231,000) and Bondi Rescue (138,000).
On SBS it was Ancient Invisible Cities (202,000), SBS World News (122,000) and The 2000s (120,000 / 100,000).
7mate movie Suicide Squad topped multichannels at 175,000 viewers.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 4 November 2018.