The annual Bathurst rev-a-thon, Bathurst, has again delivered for broadcaster 10, pulling 669,000 viewers yesterday.
Some 238,000 were up early for the pre-race preview according to OzTAM metro numbers.
Once again The Block dominated for Nine, the reno show pulling 1.09 million and rising another 73,000 for the room reveal.
10’s Junior MasterChef isn’t setting the world on fire, it could only muster 498,000.
Nine won Sunday with 32.3 per cent of the audience share (all channels). Seven wasn’t far adrift, it did 30.5 per cent. The ABC had 16.2 per cent, 10 did 14.9 per cent and SBS pulled 6.2 per cent.
When it came to the news bulletins, Nine (989,000) saw off arch-rival Seven’s (984,000). The ABC’s 7pm bulletin did 648,000 and 60 Minutes had 524,000.
10’s The Sunday Project had 414,000.
Seven’s Brownlow Media coverage managed a decent 574,000 and its Aquaman movie did 311,000.
Over at the ABC, Restoration Australia did 496,000, Grantchester did 431,000 and a Doc Martin repeat pulled 261,000.
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