Seven’s Australia’s Got Talent enjoyed some of its best numbers since launch last night, but still wasn’t enough to knock-off the venerable The Block.
AGT enjoyed 823,000 according to OzTAM metro numbers, while The Block pulled 996,000. This left 10’s Survivor with a respectable 693,000.
Nine snuck home for a Sunday night win with 31.3 per cent audience share (all channels). Seven was closely behind with 29.4 per cent. 10 had 17.8 per cent, the ABC did 14.3 per cent and SBS enjoyed 7.2 per cent.
Seven took honours in the 6pm news slot (1.231 million) beating Nine (1.014 million).
In current affairs, 60 Minutes enjoyed 626,000 to Seven’s Sunday Night that drew (439,000).
For the afternoon footy, the AFL pulled 569,000 to the NRL’s 279,000.
In the battle of the crime docos, Nine’s Manson: The Lost Tapes had 269,00 while Seven’s What The Killer Did Next had 253,000.
Other standouts for 10 included The Sunday Project (376,000), 10 News First (269,000) and Instinct (234,000).
The ABC’s evening ran thus: 7pm news (638,000), Climate Change: The Facts (522,000) and Les Norton (436,000).
SBS’ best was Woodstock which, 50 years on, managed 173,000.