Sunday TV Wrap: Spicks And Specks Reunion Proves A Huge Hit For The ABC

Sunday TV Wrap: Spicks And Specks Reunion Proves A Huge Hit For The ABC
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Last night’s Spicks And Specks Reunion proved a winner for the ABC, pulling 905,000 and making it the most watched show of the night alongside Seven’s 6pm news.

Seven won bragging rights for the evening with 31.1 per cent of the audience share. Nine had to settle for second and 27.3 per cent, while the ABC claimed third place and 20.7 per cent of the audience eyeballs. 10’s Sunday night woes continue, it could only muster 13.4 per cent last night, while SBS had 7.6 per cent.

Seven’s big hitters included its 6pm news (905,000), All Together Now (660,000), Sunday Night (553,000) and Manhunt (278,000).

Over at Nine, its best was its 6pm news with 816,000. However, Family Food Fight continues to struggle, managing only 422,000. 60 Minutes had 436,000 and Queen: Days Of Our Lives had 327,000.

10’s best was The Sunday Project with 339,000, followed by NCIS with 268,000, Game of Games with 297,000, 10 News At Five with 231,000 and Bondi Rescue with 138,000.

Spicks and Specks aside, the ABC’s night ran thus: 7pm news (741,000), Pine Gap (358,000) and Vera (236,000).

SBS’s best was Ancient Invisible Cities with 212,000.

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