Nine News, MAFS win for Nine.
Ratings: A live PM press conference disrupted schedules but delivered a win to Nine News.
No doubt bolstered by a live PM press conference, Nine News pulled a rare #1 last night at 1.37m -its best number in 2 years.
That beat out Seven News at 1.33m, where a press conference screened much earlier for the Perth audience (and disrupted schedules everywhere).
Married at First Sight followed with 1.16m at 7pm.
Ben Cousins: Coming Clean won its slot in Perth (791,000 in preliminary figures) from around 7:30pm then Dancing with the Stars (623,000 a season high) and Grand Designs NZ (527,000).
60 Minutes drew 1.02m ahead of The Latest (673,000) and Stateless (409,000).
Nine network won Sunday with 35.1% then Seven 25.6%, ABC 17.3%, 10 16.4% and SBS 5.6%.
Later a COVID-19 Nine News special for Nine was still high at 854,000.
ABC News was high at 1.00m. Compass drew 316,000 in preliminary figures and Shetland was 194,000.
DWTS winner announced was 635,000 for 10. The Sunday Project was 466,000 / 371,000 for 10. 10 News First was 432,000. The Graham Norton Show was 262,000 in preliminary figures.
On SBS it was Secrets Of Our Cities (202,000), SBS World News (191,000) and North America With Simon Reeve (146,000). A doco named Contagion drew 82,000.
Bluey topped multichannels at an impressive 370,000.
Some shows will be adjusted following Live press conference.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 29 March 2020