Another Sunday win for Nine

Ratings: A shorter Lego Masters and an early 60 Minutes saw Nine win the night.

All three reality shows experience slight increases last night.

A shorter Lego Masters led the pack at 1.21m and topped the demos.

MasterChef Australia (999,000), House Rules (643,000), The Virus (623,000), Grand Designs NZ (484,000) followed.

60 Minutes ran early at 8:10pm with 686,000 while Mystery Road drew 576,000 from 8:30pm -exactly the same as last Sunday.

Nine network won Sunday with 30.8% then Seven 23.9%, 10 22.0%, ABC 16.0% and SBS 7.3%.

Nine News drew 1.12m for Nine. A late edition was also 577,000 while Inside Crime was 298,000.

Seven News was #1 at 1.25m for Seven. Movie repeat The Martian drew 268,000.

The Sunday Project pulled 553,000 / 340,000 for 10. 10 News First (352,000) and FBI: Most Wanted (356,000) followed.

ABC News was strong at 859,000. Killing Eve (233,000) and Compass (232,000) also comprised ABC’s night.

On SBS it was SBS World News (256,000), Batavia Revealed: Shipwreck Psycho (208,000),  Mediterranean With Simon Reeve (177,000) and Drain The Bermuda Triangle (156,000).

NCIS led multichannels with 172,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 3 May 2020

7 Responses

  1. Last nights episode was originally going to be shown last Tuesday (hence the shorter length) before nine moved to Sundays and Mondays only, which is why tonight’s is longer everything pushed back a day

  2. Really liking MCA this year and the ratings are more than competitive in all demographics. Outright winning or snapping at the heels of Lego Masters.
    I normally don’t get too excited about industry gossip (like Apple rumoured to be thinking of buying Disney.) but today I see Netflix is *rumoured* to be thinking of buying ViacomCBS. That sent my little mind into overdrive thinking of all the possibilities.

  3. Out of the past three weeks, Seven have only aired one episode of The Resident. This is like The Goldbergs all over again. One week on, one week off, One week on…….

  4. The early finish was quite strange. We didn’t know in advance, but it became clear during the episode that it was moving too fast to finish at 8.30. When it ended at 8.10, we switched over to a recorded show, not 60 minutes.

    I hope Lego Masters doesn’t do that again. Quite happy to have lots of filler with Hamish and Brick Man and the funny contestants.

      1. And I’m one of those! Episode length has been too long especially for the younger (and older) ones with a shorter attention span! Last night was perfect.

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