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The Block beats the Chasers, Junior MasterChef.

Ratings: Nine enjoyed a dream run winning slots from 6pm on Sunday.

Nine had a dream run last night, winning from 6pm, claiming shares and demos.

The Block was #1 at 1.01m and topped the demos.

Next were Beat the Chasers (660,000), Restoration Australia (540,000 from 7:40pm) and Junior MasterChef (528,000 from 7:30pm).

Later 60 Minutes drew 649,000 then Roadkill (403,000), FBI (276,000) and Crime Investigation Australia (262,000).

Nine network won Sunday with 34.6% then Seven 22.2%, 10 18.5%, ABC 16.9% and SBS 7.8%.

Nine News won its slot at 926,000 for Nine with a late edition at 293,000.

Seven News (915,000) was best for Seven. Killer Tapes managed 163,000.

The Sunday Project drew 436,000 / 296,000 for 10. 10 News First was 298,000 / 237,000. FBI: Most Wanted was 224,000.

ABC News pulled 646,000 for ABC. Doc Martin was 240,000 then The Sound (112,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (189,000), Biden v Trump: The Choice 2020 (183,000) and Children of the Sun (158,000).

Bluey easily topped multichannels at a huge 424,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 1 November 2020

7 Responses

  1. Bluey has been really consistent for in the seven days that new episodes + an evening encore have been airing. Combined, it’s a low of 572k on Wednesday and a high of 696k on Monday, with yesterday’s not much lower at 652k. Impressive.

    1. +1. I’m in complete agreement with you Samoan_Traveller. Not just the voiceover artist for Beat The Chasers but the male voiceover Channel Seven has been using across its entire presentations department these last few months. There’s far better talent out there.

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