No show, no Eurovision. Nine wins Sunday.
Ratings: SBS audiences decide Eurovision just wasn't the same this year without the real thing.
With no Eurovision this year, SBS missed out on an annual drawcard to promote its upcoming content.
Just 98,000 viewers tuned in for the Eurovision: Europe Shine a Light special -down from 246,000 for the annual contest held a year ago. Although it did still draw social media reactions.
A penultimate Lego Masters led in entertainment stakes at 1.22m and topped the demos, setting things up for a big finish tonight.
It beat MasterChef Australia (947,000 from 7:30pm), House Rules (641,000) and Grand Designs NZ (495,000 from 7:40pm)
Later 60 Minutes drew 725,000 then Mystery Road (572,000).
Nine Network won Sunday with 33.5% then Seven 23.3%, 10 20.1%, ABC 15.4% and SBS 7.7%.
Nine News pulled 1.12m for Nine. A late edition was 451,000.
Seven News was#1 at 1.23m for Seven. Movie replay: Cast Away drew 254,000
The Sunday Project drew 574,000 / 321,000. 10 News First (361,000) and FBI: Most Wanted (307,000) followed.
ABC News was best for ABC at 841,000. Compass (233,000) and Killing Eve (209,000) was,
On SBS it was King Arthur’s Britain: Truth Unearthed (296,000) and SBS World News (229,000).
Bluey topped multichannels at 234,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 17 May 2020