Sunday TV Wrap: Brownlows Rake In Just Under 900,000

Sunday TV Wrap: Brownlows Rake In Just Under 900,000

Seven’s broadcast of the 2021 Brownlow Medal had 889,000 viewers, according to OzTAM’s metro data.

Obviously the Brownlow is Australia’s equivalent to the Met Gala, though there were no K-mart plates in sight.

Port Adelaide player and Echuca local Ollie Wines won the medal with 36 votes. He is the first ever Port Adelaide player to be awarded the medal.

On top overall was Seven News with 1,110,000 viewers, followed by Nine News Sunday at 1,028,000. ABC News had 677,000, and 60 Minutes had 643,000.

In entertainment, The Block performed very well with 961,000 viewers, while The Masked Singer performed slightly less well. The unmasking had 584,000 viewers, while the rest of the ep averaged 494,000. The Professor was revealed to be actual pop star Ben Lee, known for bangers like ‘Cigarettes Will Kill You’ and of course, eternal karaoke hit ‘Catch My Disease’.

The rest of 10’s night saw The Sunday Project net 437,000 viewers while 10 News First Sunday had 347,000.

For the ABC, The Newsreader had 429,000 viewers, Landline had 397,000, Close of Business had 375,000, Armadillo: Narrated By David Attenborough had 363,000, ABC News AM had 311,000 and (finally) Offsiders had 307,000 viewers. A rather exhaustive list of scheduling there.

Over on Seven, 7News: The Disappearance Of William Tyrrell had 401,000 while film Jack Reacher: Never Go Back had 361,000.

Finally for Nine, Nine News: Late Edition had 341,000.

The Seven Network won the night with 36.4 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Nine Network with 28.8 per cent.

Network 10 had a share of 15.0 per cent, followed by the ABC TV Network at 13.3 per cent and the SBS Network at 6.5 per cent.

Looking now to OzTAM’s Total TV report for Sunday the 12th September, The Voice’s grand final was an easy winner.

The winner’s announcement had a total TV audience of 2,287,000 (metro: 1,383,000, regional: 639,000 and BVOD: 166,000). The rest of the grand final came in second, with a total TV audience of 2,148,000 (metro: 1,292,000, regional: 606,000 and BVOD: 152,000).

In third was Nine News Sunday at 1,764,000 viewers (metro: 1,225,000, regional: 482,000, BVOD: 56,000).

Other big TV events from the 12th included the grand finale of Australian Survivor, which ultimately came sixth, after The Block and Seven News, with a total TV audience of 1,170,000 (metro: 785,000, regional: 193,000 and BVOD: 139,000).

Proportionally, Survivor had a higher lift on overnight that The Voice, at 20 per cent compared to the latter’s 13 per cent.

The program with the higher list on overnight, though, was the ABC’s The Newsreader at 60 per cent. It had a total TV audience of 967,000 (metro: 386,000, regional: 217,000, BVOD: 157,000.




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