Can’t touch The Block
Ratings: Nine renovation show is more than twice its competition. It's all about Telethon in the West.
The Block was streets ahead of its competition last night, pulling an audience of 1.09m viewers and topping the demos.
That was more than twice its rivals, Bride & Prejudice (440,000 -including in an 8:30 slot in Perth), Grand Designs: The Street (413,000 from 7:40pm), The Graham Norton Show (300,000 from 7:30pm) and Secrets Of The Railway (241,000).
Nine’s lead continued thereafter with 60 Minutes on 610,000 then Total Control (495,000), Sunday Night (376,000, including on 7TWO in Perth), NCIS (288,000) and Egypt’s Top Ten Treasures (219,000).
Nine network easily won Sunday with 35.8% then Seven 25.8%, ABC 15.3%, 10 13.7% and SBS 9.5%.
Nine News drew 867,000 for Nine. BTK: A Killer Among Us was 417,000.
Seven News won its 6pm slot with 901,000. A Confession was 270,000. Telethon drew up to 151,000 in Perth, eclipsed only by Seven News, and raising a massive $42.6m.
ABC News was 633,000, with Compass (158,000) and Patrick Melrose (148,000).
The Sunday Project was 353,000 / 227,000 for 10. An NCIS replay pulled 221,000. Earlier a SuperCar Championship pulled 286,000 for the Race.
SBS World News was 148,000.
10 BOLD’s Australian MotoGP led multichannels at 165,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 27 October 2019.