Australian Ninja Warrior was again the pick of Sunday’s entertainment shows pulling 998,000 viewers according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Seven’s House Rules had 784,000 and the Calombaris-plagued MasterChef managed 648,000.
Nine won Sunday with 29.8 per cent audience share (all channels). Seven had 27.7 per cent, 10 did 17.8 per cent, the ABC pulled 16.3 per cent and SBS had 8.4 per cent.
Seven had the most watched show of the night, its 6pm news pulling 1.105 million. The network’s other highlights included Sunday Night (458,000) and the AFL (288,000).
10 did well with MasterChef Masterclass (458,000), The Sunday Project (392,000) and 10 News First (271,000).
Nine’s 6pm news had a neat one million, 60 Minutes did 647,000 and the Eels-Manly NRL match pulled 270,000.
The ABC’s evening ran this way: 7pm news (601,000), Midsomer Murders (499,000) and The Planets (454,000).
Over at the SBS, a repeat of Who Do You Think You Are? managed 211,000.
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