The TV Week Logie Awards drew a preliminary figure of 866,000 viewers for a marathon broadcast, which, together with ICC Cricket World Cup, helped Nine to a big share.
The figure topped the demos and was up ever so slightly on 2018’s 851,000 viewers.
The Red Carpet Arrivals drew 799,000 viewers, down on 840,000 last year.
Meanwhile House Rules was second in its slot at 720,000 with MasterChef and Shetland both tied at 532,000.
9GEM’s ICC Cricket World Cup pulled 217,000 to top multichannels.
Nine network won Sunday with a bumper 38.9% share then Seven 27.2%, 10 14.8%, ABC 14.0% and SBS 5.1%.
Nine News drew 1.04m while Australia’s Top Ten of Everything (which was actually the final portion of the Logies) was 426,000 in preliminary figures.
Seven News topped the night with 1.17m viewers. Sunday Night drew 437,000 and Million Dollar Cold Case was 269,000.
The Sunday Project drew 390,000 / 246,000 for 10, then 10 News First (238,000), FBI (182,000) and Bondi Rescue (152,000).
ABC News was 688,000 for ABC, then Harrow (467,000), Compass (204,000) and The Repair Shop (180,000). The Bikes of Wrath was 86,000.
On SBS it was The Rise of the Clans (141,000), SBS World News (139,000) and D-Day: 75 Years (106,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 30 June 2019