Seven sings to Sunday win
On the back of a strong AFL lead-in, Seven News, The Voice and Homicide were all timeslot winners.
Sunday went Seven’s way once again with another big share.
With a strong AFL crowd in the arvo, Seven won every timeslot until 10pm.
The Voice drew 1.17m in metro viewers still in front of The Block‘s 828,000 which was a season high, then Australian Survivor (676,000 from 7:30pm) and David Attenborough’s Global Adventure (437,000 from 7:40pm). Interestingly, all three reality shows had a win in the demos with 10 in 16-39, Nine in 18-49 and Seven in 25-54s.
Later Homicide with Ron Iddles led at 531,000 ahead of 60 Minutes (484,000) and The Newsreader (440,000).
Tokyo Paralympics was highest in the afternoon at 336,000 but 250,000 / 177,000 / 171,000 in primetime and topped multichannels.
Seven network won Sunday with 37.6% then Nine 26.2%, 10 16.4%, ABC 13.3% and SBS 6.5%.
Seven News was #1 at 1.34m. Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous was 234,000.
Nine News led for Nine at 1.13m with a late edition at 383,000.
The Sunday Project drew 448,000 / 292,000 for 10. 10 News First was 321,000 / 232,000. FBI pulled 255,000.
ABC News was 690,000. Traces was 172,000 and Compass was 226,000.
On SBS it was SBS World News (191,000 / 146,000), Egypt’s Lost Pyramid (130,000) and Raffles: Remaking An Icon (126,000).
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 20 August 2021