Sunday TV Wrap: All New Monty Impressive, But The Block In Rude Health

Sunday TV Wrap: All New Monty Impressive, But The Block In Rude Health
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Seven’s returning All New Monty debuted to a pretty good 781,000 last night, but it wasn’t enough to displace The Block.

Nine’s stalwart reno show pulled 960,000 viewers during the show proper and that rose a futher 31,000 for the room reveal according to OzTAM metro numbers.

That meant Nine won the night, but only just. The network taking home 30.3 per cent of all of last night’s eyeballs (all channels). Seven did 28.2 per cent, the ABC was did 19.8 per cent, leaving 10 with a mere 12.7 per cent and SBS with 8.9 per cent.

As usual, news did well on a Sunday. Seven’s 6pm bulletin pulling 1.132 million viewers, Nine’s did 1.014 million, the ABC’s 7pm news had 755,000 and 10 News First managed 285,000.

Nine’s 60 Minutes pulled 586,000 and 10’s The Sunday Project had 377,000. Seven’s Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous managed 398,000.

Drama continues to be the ABC’s Sunday night drawcard, Freeman doing 706,000 and Midsomer Murders 552,000. Aunty’s Australia Remastered: Wild Australians pulling 263,000.

In the battle of the footy codes, Seven’s AFL had 355,000 while Nine went sans a Sydney team, its NRL coverage of the Melbourne-North Queensland match pulling just 231,000.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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