Nine News tops Sunday

Nine swept primetime, but Seven claimed the night thanks to stronger multichannels.

Nine swept Sunday viewing from Nine News at 6pm onwards, but the night was neck and neck and ultimately fell to Seven due to stronger multichannels.

Travel Guides again led entertainment at 1.18m in National TV Audience.

Next was Dream Home (801,000) then after 7:30pm Spicks & Specks (707,000), MasterChef Australia (668,000) -all were up on last Sunday- and Austin (481,000).

Later 60 Minutes was 752,000 then 7News Spotlight (567,000) and Ladies in Black (380,000).

Seven News scored 1.34m. The Latest was 339,000.

Nine News was #1 at 1.36m for Nine. The Murder of Lyn Dawson drew 399,000. Footy Furnace was 86,000 where it screened.

ABC News averaged 877,000 for ABC. Antiques Roadshow (357,000) and The Split (142,000) followed.

The Sunday Project scored 378,000 then 10 News First (326,000 / 254,000). Tulsa King was 198,000 then FBI (139,000).

On SBS it was Eiffel Tower: Building the Impossible (235,000), SBS World News (197,000 / 139,000) and Royal Autopsy (168,000).

National Total TV: Sunday 23 June 2024.

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