Unsurprisingly, Nine’s The Block was again the standout show from Sunday night pulling an impressive 1.55 million viewers according to OzTAM numbers.
However, it was an all the more depressing situation over at Ten, soundly beaten by the ABC into fourth position.
Seven won Sunday with 32.7 per cent audience share, then Nine with 31.9 per cent, the ABC had 16 per cent, Ten had a disappointing 13 per cent and the SBS managed 6.4 per cent.
It was the return of The Doctor Blake Mysteries that did the damage for the ABC, pulling in 772,000 viewers and even beating 60 Minutes (730,000) along the way.
The best for Seven was Little Big Shots that pulled 1.15 million but was down on last week. Seven’s 6pm news (1.02 million) and Sunday Night (1.08 million) also did well for the network. However, Nine’s news bulletin still won bragging rights with 1.16 million.
Over at Ten, Australian Survivor managed 567,000 and the Sunday Project continues to disappoint managing only 346,000.
For the ABC, The Doctor Blake Mysteries (772,000), 7pm news (693,000), Grand Designs House of the Year (550,000), Fearless (315,000) and Classic Countdown (296,000) comprised its night.
For the SBS, The Ascent of Civilisation was its best with 236,000.