Two shows from the one production company, Endemol Shine Australia, battled it out for timeslot honours last night.
Lego Masters won its slot with 1.17m and topped the demos.
MasterChef Australia followed with 968,000 from 7:30pm, both down a little on last Sunday. House Rules was up slightly at 640,000. Grand Designs NZ drew 451,000 for ABC.
60 Minutes led after 8:30pm with 629,000, ahead of Mystery Road (576,000) and Seven News: Family of Suspects (367,000).
Nine network won Sunday with 32.3% then Seven 24.1%, 10 20.4%, ABC 15.3% and SBS 7.9%.
Nine News drew 1.14m for Nine. A late edition was 354,000.
Seven News was #1 at 1.27m for Seven.
The Sunday Project was 588,000 / 354,000. 10 News First drew 374,000 / 284,000 then FBI: Most Wanted (289,000).
ABC News led for ABC at 826,000 then The Virus (608,000). Killing Eve drew 223,000 and Compass was 193,000.
On SBS it was Scotland: Rome’s Final Frontier (291,000), SBS World News (280,000) and Mediterranean With Simon Reeve (181,000). The Unsung Heroes Of Apollo 11 was 104,000.
Bluey topped multichannels at 203,000
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 26 April 2020