The return of Lego Masters has won its timeslot at 1.24m, defeating MasterChef Australia which drew 1.01m from 7:30pm.
Lego topped the demos, with MasterChef second, and while it is down on 2019’s 1.38m, it is now the biggest series launch for 2020. Both shows are produced by Endemol Shine Australia.
Spicks and Specks followed with 691,000 from 7:40pm and Seven’s House Rules was fourth at 630,00.
Later 60 Minutes drew 723,000 ahead of the return of Mystery Road on 655,000 -down on 2018’s debut of 786,000.
Earlier One World: Together at Home pulled 419,000 on Seven, well ahead of 10’s 175,000 for the same show.
Nine Network won Sunday with 32.2% then Seven 22.6%, 10 21.2%, ABC 16.6% and SBS 7.4%.
Nine News drew 1.11m for Nine while Nine News Late was high at 531,000.
Seven News was #1 with 1.25m for Seven but a Forrest Gump movie was just 272,000.
The Sunday Project was 613,000 / 413,000 on 10 then 10 News First (391,000) and FBI: Most Wanted (343,000)
ABC News (905,000), The Virus (756,000), Compass (228,000) and Killing Eve (235,000) also comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was SBS World News (244,000), Tutankhamun: Life, Death And Legacy (240,000), Mediterranean With Simon Reeve (180,000) and Simon Reeve In Russia (155,000).
Bluey topped multichannels with 185,000.
OzAM Overnights: Sunday 19 April 2020