Sunday TV Wrap: Another Winning Night For Nine As Lego Masters Continues To Build

Sunday TV Wrap: Another Winning Night For Nine As Lego Masters Continues To Build

Nine’s Lego Masters hasn’t lost any steam as it was watched by 1.20m viewers last night, according to OzTAM metro numbers.

In fact, it almost beat Seven News (1.23m), which is typically the highest watched show on FTA each night.

10’s best of the night was MasterChef with 941,000 views, while Seven’s House Rules did 641,000. ABC’s The Virus was watched by 642,000 people.

In primary channel share, Nine came out on top with 21.1 per cent, Seven did 19.6 per cent, 10 did 14.9 per cent, ABC did 10.9 per cent and SBS did 5.9 per cent.

Here’s how the rest of the night ran.

Nine

News did 1.11m, 60 Minutes did 543,000 and Nine News: Late Edition did 366,000.

10

 

The Sunday Project did 614,000 and 10 News First did 350,000.

Seven 

Weekend Sunrise did 294,000 and ABBA Forever did 346,000.

ABC

News did 812,000, Mystery Road did 576,000 and Insiders did 319,000.

All channels share

Nine won the night with 30.5 per cent, Seven followed with 27.0 per cent, 10 did 19.2 per cent, ABC did 15.1 per cent and SBS did 8.1 per cent.

Demographic breakdown (all channels) 

People 25-54

  1. Nine – 34.6 per cent
  2. Seven – 27.2 per cent
  3. 10 – 23.1 per cent

People 16-39

  1. Nine – 32.7 per cent
  2. Seven – 27.4 per cent
  3. 10 – 26.0 per cent

 

 




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