Sunday TV Wrap: Embattled Celebrities And UFO Sightings Dominate Sunday Night

Sunday TV Wrap: Embattled Celebrities And UFO Sightings Dominate Sunday Night
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Celebrity Apprentice: Boardroom peaked at 777,000 viewers, making it the most-watched entertainment TV of the night.

However, the main portion of the episode scored 691,000 viewers (as per OzTAM’s metro data), meaning it was beaten by 7 News Spotlight: The Phenomenon with 759,000 viewers, which investigated UFO encounters at home and internationally. Spooky!

Celeb Apprentice saw beloved singer Anthony Callea leave the competition after a tense argument with MAFS star Martha Kalifatidis.

Coming out on top overall was Seven News with 1,179,000 viewers, followed closely behind by Nine News with 1,135,000 viewers.

Next was ABC News at 632,000, followed by MasterChef with 624,000 viewers.

It beat 60 Minutes (518,000 viewers) and Spicks and Specks (487,000 viewers).

For 10, The Project had 486,000 viewers, while 10 News First had 307,000 and FBI: Most Wanted had 254,000 viewers.

Seven’s night saw the AFL score 484,000 viewers as the Sydney Swans trounced Carlton, while Bruce Willis flick Red had 387,000 viewers. Weekend Sunrise had 278,000.

Nine’s Late Edition had 336,000 viewers while the Sunday arvo NRL had 289,000.

Finally, for the ABC, Insiders had 278,000 viewers.

The Seven Network won the night with 29.9 per cent of the daily share, followed by the Nine Network with 28.6 per cent. Next was Network 10 with 19.7 per cent, while the ABC TV Network had a flat 14 per cent and the SBS network had 7.9 per cent.

 

 

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