Sunday TV Wrap: ‘Attack Of The Clones’ Still Absolutely Awful After 15 Years

G-228  Max (Russell Crowe) enjoys the company of his supposed long-lost cousin Christie Roberts (Abbie Cornish) in A GOOD YEAR.
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The second Star Wars prequel, Attack Of The Clones, has proven it’s still f@cking dreadful (excuse our French) 15 years after it hit movie cinemas when a repeat on Channel Seven pulled just 393,000 viewers last night.

Once again, it was the Sunday night stalwarts bringing home the rating’s bacon. Nine’s The Block hasn’t missed a beat all season and pulled 1.51 million viewers last night. The Doctor Blake Mysteries (944,000) also did brilliantly for the ABC.

According to OzTAM numbers, Nine easily won the night with 34.2 per cent of the audience share. Seven managed 27.6 per cent and the ABC boasted a healthy 20.7 per cent. Ten’s woes continued with a dismal 11.3 per cent and SBS had 6.1 per cent.

Nine’s 6pm news bulletin (1.04 million) beat Seven’s (976,000). And 60 Minutes (865,000) also had bragging rights over Seven’s Sunday Night (591,000 – in four cities).

Ten simply has no shows of interest on a Sunday night with nothing pulling more than 300,000 viewers. The Sunday Project (299,000 ), Family Feud (263,000), Bull (221,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (209,000) was the order of its night.

ABC’s night comprised: The Doctor Blake Mysteries (944,000), Doc Martin (940,000), 7pm news (786,000), Fearless (327,000) and Classsic Countdown (205,000). While over at SBS, its best was its World News that pulled just 163,000.

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