As summer nears, a 7 year old repeat documentary was the top-ranking entertainment show on a low-performing Sunday.
But perhaps it is indicative that many viewers still prefer something intellectual over reality offerings.
Nine’s Queen: Days of our Lives drew in 691,000 viewers from 8pm ahead of Don’t Stop the Music on 465,000 and Sunday Night‘s 432,000. An SBS doco on Pompeii followed relegating Game of Games to fifth place on just 229,000.
Earlier, ABC News led at 7pm on 705,000 followed by All Together Now with 684,000, 60 Minutes and The Sunday Project.
The final episode of Pine Gap drew 348,000 viewers.
Seven News outranked Nine News as the top drawcard of the night.
Nine network won Sunday with 31.3% then Seven 30.8%, ABC 16.6%, 10 13.7% and SBS 7.6%.
Nine News (815,000) led for Nine then Queen: Days of our Lives (691,000), 60 Minutes (643,000) and The Beatles: Eight Days a Week (289,000).
Seven News was #1 for Seven with 903,000 then All Together Now (684,000), Sunday Night (432,000), and Harry & Meghan: The First Tour (195,000).
ABC News (705,000), Don’t Stop the Music (465,000), Pine Gap (348,000), City in the Sky (145,000) and Australia Remembers: Armistice Day (97,000) comprised ABC’s night.
The Sunday Project (326,000 / 198,000) was best for 10 then NCIS (283,000 / 208,000), 10 News First (254,000), Game of Games (229,000) and Bondi Rescue (152,000).
On SBS it was Pompeii’s Final Hours (240,000), SBS World News (142,000), and The 2000s (125,000 / 107,000).
7mate’s Thor movie scored 188,000 on multichannels.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 11 November 2018.