The Voice returned to 1.01m viewers last night enough to top the demos and defeat House Rules (790,000) and MasterChef Australia (630,000).
That was down slightly on 2018’s return of 1.07m viewers.
Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders was fourth in its slot from 7:40pm at 455.000 viewers.
The Eurovision Song Contest drew 246,000 as a primetime replay for SBS and lifted channel share. In the morning it averaged 166,000 Live with 240,000 for the Winner Announced.
Nine won in primary channel share but Seven won Sunday with 29.9% then Nine 29.0%, 10 17.9%, ABC 14.9 and SBS 9.2%.
Seven News was #1 at 1.17m for Seven. Sunday Night drew 613,000, defeating its rival, then The Story of the Royals on 190,000.
Nine News was 1.06m for Nine. 60 Minutes was 575,000 and Suburban Gangsters was 309,000.
The Sunday Project pulled 419,000 / 277,000. 10 News First was 302,000 then Harry and Meghan Plus One on 162,000.
ABC News was best for ABC at 740,000. Harrow was 431,000 then Shetland (193,000) and Compass (191,000).
Elsewhere on SBS it was David Baddiel On the Silk Road (186,000) and SBS World News (150,000).
According to OzTAM’s preliminary data 10 Bold’s Cops: Adults Only was unusually high at 324,000 on multichannels, but 10 advises this will be adjusted as an A-League Grand Final overrun breaking down as 215,000 for the game and 162,000 for post-game.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 19 May 2019