The 1% Club beats Dessert Masters debut

Jim Jefferies game show tops entertainment, but Dessert Masters performs in the demos. Nine wins Sunday.

Seven’s Sunday game show The 1% Club topped entertainment lat night, scoring a cool 643,000 metro viewers.

That was comfortably ahead of 60 Minutes (511,000) then, from 7:30pm, the premiere of Dessert Masters (477,000) which did well in demos, and Joanna Lumley’s Spice Trail Adventure (443,000).

Later Annika was 437,000 then Border Security (433,000) and The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend a Broken Heart? (390,000).

Nine network led Sunday with 29.7% then Seven 28.3%, ABC 18.5%, 10 15.9% and SBS 7.6%.

Nine News was 722,000 with a later edition at 303,000.

Seven News was #1 at 829,000. Homicide with Ron Iddles drew 278,000. Air Crash Investigations was 146,000.

ABC News scored 552,000. Shetland (292,000) and Antiques Roadshow followed.

The Sunday Project pulled 222,000 / 144,000 for 10. 10 News First was 181,000 / 134,000. FBI was 153,000 then NCIS: Hawaii (84,000).

On SBS it was SBS World News (133,000 / 97,000), JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Visa (106,000), Treasures of India with Bettany Hughes (72,000).

Gardening Australia Junior topped multichannels at 98,000.

In Total TV numbers last Sunday were:

Shetland: 698,000
Annika: 893,000
The Block: 2.23m
Under Investigation: 210,000
Insiders: 434,000
60 Minutes: 1.14m

OzTAM Overnights: Sunday 12 November 2023

6 Responses

  1. Watched 1% Club then Dessert Masters after I’d recorded it, was expecting to fast forward through the cooking parts but it was so good I watched it all, the deserts so impressive, looks like will be a very enjoyable series.

  2. I believe last night’s 1% Club was an unaired 10th episode from season 1 whilst last week was episode 8 from the same. I’m hoping to see a particular episode from season 2 soon…

  3. Good.

    Channel 7 uses this show as “filler” –
    while too many of its primetime shows given a regular timeslot fizzle.

    If, for example, Channel 10 had this show, it would be given a regular timeslot.

  4. Nine’s decision to not air the underperforming My Mum Your Dad last night, and bring 60 Minutes forward, worked well to be more competitive. Will be interesting to see what happens tonight.

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