It was a bit peculiar that a Star Wars edition of Lego Masters screened on May the 10th and not May the 4th, but it was presumably planned that way before 2020 schedules were thrown into disarray.
It mattered little to viewers. Lego Masters won in entertainment stakes at 1.2m and topped the demos for Nine.
That was ahead of MasterChef Australia (941,000) and The Virus (642,000) both from 7:30pm, House Rules (641,000) and Grand Designs NZ (484,000 from 7:40pm).
A second House Rules episode drew 657,000 then Mystery Road (576,000 from 8:30pm) and 60 Minutes (543,000 from 8:10pm).
Nine network won Sunday with 30.5% then Seven 27.0%, 10 19.2%, ABC 15.1% and SBS 8.1%.
Nine News drew 1.12m and a later edition was 366,000. Inside Crime pulled 233,000.
Seven News was #1 at 1.32m for Seven. An ABBA Forever replay pulled 346,000.
The Sunday Project was 614,000 / 393,000 for 10. 10 News First was 350,000 / 315,000 and FBI: Most Wanted was 282,000.
ABC News (812,000), Killing Eve (212,000) and Compass (150,000) also comprised ABC’s night.
On SBS it was SBS World News (242,000), Egypt’s Top Ten Treasures (230,000) and Whitney (134,000).
NCIS led multichannels at 167,000.
OzTAM Overnight: Sunday 10 May 2020