Seven had a winning night over its traditional rivals last night, with a glitzy grand final, ANZAC Day AFL and a push from a Perth lockdown.
Dancing with the Stars: All Stars averaged 802,000 metro viewers rising to 827,000 for the moment Luke Jacobz won the mirror ball trophy.
But Lego Masters still topped the demos, drawing 715,000 viewers, then MasterChef Australia (527,000 from 7:30pm) and Spicks & Specks at 444,000, also from 7:40pm.
Later 60 Minutes drew 432,000 – a low number by its usual standards- then movie: Danger Close: The Battle of Long Tan (264,000), FBI: Most Wanted (244,000) and Wakefield, low at just 193,000.
Seven won Sunday with 31.2% then Nine 29.1%, 10 18.6%, ABC 13.0% and SBS 8.0%.
Seven News was #1 at 1.17m for Seven. Earlier in the day ANZAC Day AFL was high at 668,000.
Nine News (938,000) led for Nine. Australian Crime Stories was 225,000.
The Sunday Project drew 328,000 / 233,000 for 10. 10 News First was 269,000 / 189,000
ABC News (541,000) was best for ABC on a difficult night. Compass was 128,000 and Goldstone just 100,000.
Russia: 1000 Years of History did well for SBS at 278,000 then SBS World News (181,000 / 148,000) and Sydney’s Super Tunnel (126,000).
Insiders topped multichannels at 189,000.
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 25 April 2021