News bulletins lift, MAFS hits new season high.
Ratings: Interest in NSW floods took news bulletins to over 1m viewers, but MAFS still led the night.
Interest in NSW floods saw news bulletins lift their viewing numbers last night.
Seven News won the 6pm slot at 1.08m followed by Nine News (1.05m).
Married at First Sight hit another season high last night, topping the list at 1.12m metro viewers, just up on last Sunday’s 1.1m.
Sunday AFL helped boost Seven’s primetime audience with Ivan Milat: Buried Secrets at 502,000 then The Amazing Race Australia (493,000,) and Grand Designs: NZ (438,000).
Later 60 Minutes (589,000) bettered Harrow (401,000), movie: The Equalizer 2 (281,000) and Silent Witness (261,000).
Nine network won Sunday with 34.7% then Seven 26.3%, 10 15.8%, ABC 15.2% and SBS 8.0%.
A Nine News late edition was 356,000.
The Sunday Project pulled 435,000 / 285,000 for 10. 10 News First was 322,000 / 253,000 and FBI: Most Wanted (177,000 / 88,000).
ABC News (654,000) was best for ABC. A Compass replay was 157,000.
On SBS it was SBS World News (187,000 / 111,000), Inside The Orient Express (171,000) and Railways Of The Western Front (142,000).
Bluey led multichannels at 201,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 21 March 2021