Lego Masters, Sunday Night lead slots.

Lego Masters, already renewed by Nine, again topped the night at 1.13m viewers, up on last week’s 1.09m.

House Rules was also up at 704,000 but MasterChef Australia was down at 573,000. Over on ABC Agatha Christie’s: The ABC Murders pulled 485,000.

The success of Lego did not transition well to 60 Minutes which was low at 492,000 and beaten by Seven’s Sunday Night (607,000).

Harrow returned to 455,000 for ABC, well short of last week’s Vera at 735,000 in the same slot.

Nine network still won Sunday with 31.2% then Seven 30.2%, ABC 16.2%, 10 15.7% and SBS 6.7%.

Nine News was 1.00m for Nine. A final Australian Crime Stories settled on 280,000.

Seven News (1.03m) won its slot for Seven. The Story of the Royals drew 251,000.

ABC News (660,000) was best for ABC. Compass managed 235,000 and Shetland was 214,000.

The Sunday Project drew 378,000 / 218,000 for 10 followed by Montreal Comedy Festival (231,000) and 10 News First (208,000). Bondi Rescue was just 140,000.

On SBS it was David Baddiel On the Silk Road (171,000), Inside (158,000) and SBS World News (136,000). Waco: Madman or Messiah? drew 65,000.

An Avengers movie on 7mate pulled 197,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 12 May 2019.

13 Comments:

  1. Maev....Sydney

    I tried that Agatha Christie’s: The ABC Murders again….but just too weird…I am done…
    I like Harrow….but the story line is getting a bit weird….

  2. Are you able to please provide ratings for AFL Game Day vs Sunday Footy Show? Also with last week’s axing and you mentioned one of these other shows in your article on it. Thank you.

      • Thank you for that. Close, but I was lead to believe SFS had the clear edge over the years, though credit to Seven for building the show over more than a decade and now more than ever with Sunrise/Weekend Sunrise on fire as a direct lead-in. Clearly money makers for both networks too.

    • Agreed! Last night’s episode was particularly good but it’s too hard to attract a big audience when the other main shows of the night have had a 30 minute head start.

    • I think MC has had its run. This seasons numbers just don’t cut it. Of cause people will blame Lego and not starting at 7pm but it’s the same old format.

        • Format fatigue is definitely setting in with Masterchef. I’ve watched religiously for 10 years, but this year I feel like I’ve seen it all before. It’s of such little interest to me I’ve just un-series-linked it.

          • I wonder how much MC’s low numbers are due to MKR’s nonsuccess, especially since MC seems to intentionally start the day after MKR

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