Seven wins Sunday

Seven wins Sunday

The X Factor continues to trump Nine’s Australia’s Got Talent in total people ratings, taking 1.382 million leading Seven to the largest share of viewers.

The X Factor was the second most watched program on Sunday night behind only Seven News (1.443 million), according to OzTam’s preliminary metro ratings.

Australia’s Got Talent sat in fifth place on 1.212 million viewers behind 60 Minutes with an audience of 1.224 million.

Seven’s Sunday Night had 1.137 million.

In the period drama tussle Nine’s Underbelly: Squizzy came on top with 731,000 viewers compared to 516,000 for Ten’s Ripper Street.

MasterChef Australia had 671,000 viewers.

Seven won a 35.8% share of all free-to-air viewers beating Nine on 29.2% and Ten with 15.7%.

The ABC won 14.5% while SBS took 4.8%.




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