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


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  1. Not sure where to put this comment but channel ten have started to advertise the american Masked Singer. Why are they showing the celebrities who are behind the masks? Someone is not thinking. I don’t think I will be watching now.

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