Sunday TV Ratings: Farmer Gets A Wife And Seven Gets The Crown

Sunday TV Ratings: Farmer Gets A Wife And Seven Gets The Crown

It was a win for love-hungry farmers last night as farmers Brad and Brenton chose the women that they want to spend the rest of their lives with.

It was also a win for view-hungry Seven, who emerge victorious as the most-watched channel of last night with a 32.4 per cent share of channel views.

Farmer Wants A Wife was the most-watched entertainment show of last night with 737,000 views. Meanwhile, views for Seven News crossed the one million mark with 1,041,000 views.

Network 10’s MasterChef was the second most-watched show in entertainment with 492,000 overnight metro viewers.

Meanwhile, kid’s show Bluey continued its journey to worldwide dominance with 492,000 viewers signing up to watch.

Nine’s The Summit pulled in a total of 441,000 views and ABC’s Grand Designs pulled in 417,000 views.

A total of 360,000 metro viewers watched Seven’s AFL.

A total of 355,000 views signed up for Nine’s 60 minutes and 305,000 watched 10’s The Project. 

Coming in behind Seven was Nine with 27.2 per cent of views, network 10 with 18.3 per cent of views, the ABC with 14 per cent and SBS with 8.1 per cent.

 

                                                       Daily Channel Share

Nine NetworkSeven NetworkNetwork 10ABC TV NetworkSBS Network
27.2%32.4%18.3%14.0%8.1%

 

                                               Top 10 Programs (Metro Views)

No.

Show 

Channel 

Metro Views 

1SEVEN NEWS – SUNSeven Network1,041,000
2NINE NEWS SUNDAYNine Network831,000
3FARMER WANTS A WIFE – FINALE PART 2Seven Network737,000
4ABC NEWS SUNDAY-EVABC TV546,000
5MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA SUNNetwork 10492,000
6BLUEY-SUABC Kids/ABC TV Plus492,000
7THE SUMMIT -SUNNine Network441,000
8GRAND DESIGNS-EVABC TV417,000
97NEWS SPOTLIGHTSeven Network362,000
10SEVEN’S AFL: SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOOTBALLSeven Network360,000

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