Channel Seven and Nine won the Sunday night ratings with Ten’s Masterchef just missing the mark at 890,000 viewers, seeing the network miss a placement in the evening’s ten most popular programs.
Nine’s The Block Sky High won over living rooms last night with an audience of 1.623 million viewers while Seven News came in second at 1.478 million.
OzTam’s metro ratings showed Seven had half of audiences’ top ten programs with Seven News, Sunday Night, A Place to Call Home, The Force – Behind the Line, and Border Security – Australia’s Front Line.
ABC’s Grand Designs was the network’s only show in the top ten with 943,000 viewers.
Nine had 42% of the audiences’ top ten programs with The Block Sky High, Nine News, 60 Minutes and House Husbands.
ABC’s Grand Designs was the network’s only show in the top ten with 943,000 viewers while in the overall top 20, its programs Dream Build, The Time of Our Lives, ABC News and the ABC News Update placed 13th through to 16th.
While Network TEN missed the top ten with Masterchef and Elementary coming in 11th and 12th respectively, Modern Family and Ten News at Five capped off the top 20 with the network owning 3.12 million viewers altogether.