Block, Monty leave Family Feud in their wake
Ratings: 10's Sunday schedule continues to be no match for Nine and Seven.
Two networks got into split-coding last night, endeavouring to push their rankings higher. The brief segments work rather like a peak, instead of averaging out an audience across the entirety of a show.
The Block led in entertainment at 987,000 for the bulk of its show, rising to 1.03m for the Room Winner.
All New Monty: Guys & Gals drew 758,000, rising to 805,000 for a performance. The Rise of the Murdoch Dynasty drew 548,000 from 7:40pm. Family Feud trailed at a dire 230,000 and fell outside the Top 20.
Later 60 Minutes was 717,000 then Grantchester (517,000), then Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous (395,000).
Nine network won Sunday with 32.4% then Seven 29.5%, ABC 16.7%, 10 13.3% and SBS 8.1%.
Nine News pulled 1.01m for Nine with a late edition at 313,000.
Seven News was #1 on 1.1m for Seven. Code Blue: Murder managed 176,000.
ABC News (726,000) was best for ABC. A Doc Martin replay was 290,000 then Australia Remastered (262,000).
The Sunday Project led for 10 on 401,000 / 263,000. 10 News First (220,000 / 197,000) and FBI (187,000 / 178,000).
On SBS it was SBS World News (175,000), Lost Worlds And Hidden Treasures (163,000) and Michael Moore’s Fahrenheit 11/9 (148,000).
An AFL match on 3 cities on 7mate led multichannels at 176,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 20 September 2020