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Lego Masters dominates ….and then a TV switch-off began

Ratings: Lego broke from the reality pack last night, but some noticeable drop-offs were biting later in the night.

Lego Masters broke from the pack to dominate entertainment viewing last night at 811,000 metro viewers, and topped the demos.

That was well in front of MasterChef Australia (592,000 from 7:30pm) then Big Brother (534,000), and Spicks & Specks (530,000 from 7:40pm).

But there were some hefty switch-offs thereafter.

60 Minutes was low at 464,000 then Crime Investigation Australia (301,000), FBI: Most Wanted (280,000 / 157,000), leaving Wakefield on a disappointing 189,000.

Nine network won Sunday with 30.8% then Seven 26.5%, 10 20.1%, ABC 14.4% and SBS 8.2%.

Nine News was best for Nine at 1.01m. Australian Crime Stories was 198,000.

Seven News was #1 at 1.03m for Seven. Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story was 139,000.

The Sunday Project drew 426,000 / 277,000 for 10.

ABC News was 617,000 for ABC. Compass was 178,000 then Movie: Strictly Ballroom (170,000).

On SBS it was Egypt’s Top Ten Treasures (191,000), SBS World News  (172,000 / 130,000) and Sydney’s Super Tunnels (117,000).

7mate movie Kingsman: The Secret Service led multichannels at 160,000.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 2 May 2021

10 Responses

  1. How sustainable are the tv netwoks with thes figures. Im guessing Seven is the most vulnerable with a less diversified business.

    Will the tv networks possibly become infomercial channels?

    1. Isn’t it good that Seven, Nine, 10 and ABC are currently competitive. All shows are well down yet there’s no MAFS obliteration, makes it interesting.

      Really hoping HYBPA does the goods for 10 tonight!

      Seven not only winning total people (including main channel) but the demographics (including main channel) as well must’ve been a wake up call for Nine, not sure even Seven would’ve imagined they could get the demographics yet – I’m sure demographic pullers 7mate, 7flix and the AFL also lent a hand.

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