Lego Masters has again finished on top of the reality race, but was down on its debut last Sunday.
Lego Masters drew 1.09m and topped the demos, still well ahead of House Rules, which saw its first judgement day to the tune of 684,000. That was also down on its debut but up on weeknight numbers.
MasterChef Australia eliminated its first 2019 contestant at 638,000, its lowest result so far. Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders drew 602,000 from 7:40pm.
But Vera led the night from around 8:45pm for ABC with an impressive 735,000, beating commercial current affairs titles. That was up on last week’s 671,000.
Nine won Sunday with 29.9% then Seven 27.0%, ABC 20.0%, 10 15.9% and SBS 7.3%.
Elsewhere Nine News was 1.01m then 60 Minutes (586,000) and Meghan & Harry: Baby Fever (277,000).
Seven News (1.1m) topped the night. Sunday Night drew 434,000 and Fyre Fraud drew 162,000.
The Sunday Project drew (420,000 / 234,000) for 10 then Hughesy We Have a Problem (311,000),1 10 News First (221,000) and NCIS (141,000).
ABC News (708,000), Ask the Doctor (162,000) and Line of Duty (148,000) comprised ABC’s other titles.
On SBS it was SBS World News and David Baddiel On the Silk Road (both 152,000), Waco: Madman or Messiah? (71,000) and Native America (47,000 / 33,000).
7mate’s AntMan movie topped multichannels at 190,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 5 May 2019.