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Celebrity Apprentice leads entertainment on Sunday

Ratings: Seven News, Celebrity Apprentice & 60 Mins were Sunday winners.

Early evening entertainment shows remain close but Nine was just ahead of the pack.

Celebrity Apprentice led the demos and total people with 668,000 metro viewers, rising to 776,000 for the Boardroom.

That was ahead of MasterChef Australia (590,000 from 7:30pm), Spicks & Specks (575,000 from 7:40pm) and Spotlight (571,000). All except ABC were down on last Sunday.

Later 60 Minutes (588,000) then Movie: Taken (256,000), FBI (254,000 / 166,000) and Wakefield (203,000).

Nine network won Sunday with 28.4% then Seven 27.4%, 10 20.0%, ABC 14.4% and SBS 9.7%.

Nine News was 1.00m for Nine with a late edition at 326,000. Law & Order: Organized Crime was 127,000.

Seven News was #1 at 1.07m for Seven.

The Project drew 473,000 / 288,000 for 10. 10 News First was 260,000 / 196,000.

ABC News pulled 644,000. Compass (183,000) and Smother (136,000) followed.

SBS share was up last night with was SBS World News (227,000 / 168,000) and Anne Boleyn: Arrest, Trial, Execution (177,000) across several episodes.

Offsiders on ABC News led multichannels which was again a Victorian govt update.

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 6 June 2021

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  1. Will State of Origin on Wednesday night be enough for Ch9 to beat Ch7, seven’s had a good run since MAFS ended and AFL started. I think Origin will be down on previous years but be enough to win the week.

    1. Yeah, it could be a close week this week. It may also depend on if the Thursday night AFL game goes ahead, as there is some talk that it may be shifted to Sunday for COVID quarantine purposes. Since it’s 2 of the top teams (Port Adelaide & Geelong), 7 will definitely want it to remain on Thursday night.

  2. Shout out to the great Spicks and Specks, not doing bad at all. Nine must be happy with Celebrity Apprentice, I know (like Seven) they both get a big boost with NRL/AFL and news lead-ins on Sunday and you see changing rankings/closer results on weeknights, but the numbers still seem really good.
    Maybe that’s because Spotlight was well down last night, its audience seems to drift to all three rival shows. Would Seven be disappointed with Spotlight or was the last few episodes just a ‘sugar rush’ with some good stories, Melbourne lockdown, lead-ins, etc.

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