Hey Hey anniversary tops Sunday with 1.2m viewers
Fans flock to a night of nostalgia landing as the #1 show on air and giving Seven a big night of viewing.
A nostalgic night of star-studded clips and larrikin memories saw Hey Hey We’re 50 boom to 1.2m metro viewers, as the #1 show on television last night.
Seven capitalised on a 50 year anniversary of a Nine show, which featured messages from Jacki MacDonald, Molly Meldrum, Red Symons, Marcia Hines, Dave Hughes, Rhonda Burchmore, Nathan Cavaleri, James Morrison, Brian Mannix, ‘Joe Calamari’ and more. It paid off in droves, including trending at #1 online.
Yet while The Block drew 920,000 it still led the demos, then Celebrity MasterChef (620,000) and Restoration Australia (425,000).
Seven’s lead helped edge Manhunt (558,000) ahead of 60 Minutes (545,000), Fires (318,000) and CSI: Vegas (307,000).
Seven network won Sunday with 35.3% then Nine 28.1%, 10 17.7%, ABC 13.0% and SBS 5.9%.
Seven News also won its slot at 1.04m. The Real Manhunter drew 218,000.
Nine News (998,000) was best for Nine. A late edition drew 325,000.
The Sunday Project pulled 353,000 / 270,000 for 10. 10 News First was 294,000 / 238,000. FBI was 198,000.
ABC News drew 643,000 for ABC. Back Roads (234,000) and We Hunt Together (101,000) followed.
On SBS it was SBS World News (159,000 / 123,000), Inside Central Station (146,000), The Department (94,000)
Insiders led multichannels at 153,000.
In Total TV lifts last Sunday were:
FBI: Most Wanted: 406,000
NRL Grand Final: 3.61m
OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 10 October 2021