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