Viewers flock to Kath & Kim nostalgia special

Foxy morons can still draw a crowd, while 10 trailed SBS from 7:30pm.

Seven led all the key timeslots on Sunday night, starting with its 6pm news and rolling on with entertainment shows -but it was a tough night for 10 -trailing SBS from 7:30pm.

Kath & Kim: Our Effluent Life scored an impressive 786,000 metro viewers, as the cast reflected on nostalgia as part of their 20th anniversary with a handful of skits mixed with retro clips.

That was ahead of Lego Masters: Bricksmas Special (586,000), and from 7:30pm Death in Paradise (376,000), Saving Venice (179,000) and The Graham Norton Show (165,000).

Later AGT won with 541,000 then 60 Minutes (391,000), and Significant Others (230,000).

Seven network easily won Sunday with 34.3% then Nine 28.1%, ABC 15.1%, 10 11.9% and SBS 10.6%.

Seven News was #1 at 871,000. Greatest ABBA Cover Versions Ever was 163,000.

Nine News (729,000) was best for Nine with a late edition at 229,000.

ABC News drew 526,000. Freddie Mercury: The Final Act (159,000) and Frankly (119,000) followed.

The Sunday Project pulled 244,000 / 199,000. 10 News First was 185,000 / 148,000. NCIS: Hawaii was 115,000 with FBI at 116,000.

On SBS it was SBS World News (157,000 / 130,000) with Pearl Harbour at 126,000.

Insiders led multichannels at 128,000 on ABC News.

In Total TV numbers last Sunday were:

Silent Witness: 420,000
My Mum Your Dad: 614,000
Significant Others: 453,000
NCIS: Hawaii: 250,000
The Traitors: 424,000
AGT: 908,000

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 20 November 2022

3 Responses

  1. K ‘n K benefited from a lack of competition-amongst other things ABC’s ‘Death In…’ was a repeat ep and many may not have realized that Graham Norton had changed nights to Sunday.

  2. Just watched the penultimate Significant Others and damn the ending was full on. Looking forward to watching the final that was on last night ASAP!

  3. Kath as house auctioneer: “This property has 6 bedrooms, including one in the garage and one in the toilet” – Loved the Kath and Kim special. Sad watching Shane Warne, full of life, however.

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