Sunday TV Wrap: Glitter & Glam Wins With The Logies Pulling In 885,000 Eyeballs

Sunday TV Wrap: Glitter & Glam Wins With The Logies Pulling In 885,000 Eyeballs

The Logies Awards were back last night and brought in the numbers for Nine grabbing 885,000 eyeballs.

After an almost three-year hiatus, their return grabbed more eyeballs than 2019’s show.  So, I suppose this means Australians really do back any event that gives Kerri Ann an excuse to get all dolled up for!

Seriously, she slayed!

Highlights included ABC’s Tony Armstrong winning a very well-deserved Logie and Sam Pang becoming the legend of the night for his incredible one liners!

Otherwise, it was business as usual with Seven News peaking at 944,000 viewers, while Nine News earned 931,000 viewers. 

As per OzTAM’s metro numbers, Nine’s Australia’s Top 10 Of Everything grabbed 538,000 viewers. 

The NRL grabbed 232,000 viewers – interestingly, the Logies was more popular than the footy! 

Meanwhile, Seven’s Border Security brought in 244,000 viewers – and I’m ready for Lisa Wilkinson to make a guest appearance and start changing pat down rules!

10’s MasterChef Australia grabbed 584,000 viewers – this show really is just lovely! Sadly, Melissa didn’t take it home for 10 last night.

The Sunday Project grabbed 232,000 viewers and 10 News First earnt 211,000 viewers.

ABC had a strong night with ABC News, netting 514,000 viewers and Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery brought in 415,000 viewers. Meanwhile, Landline earnt 204,000 viewers.  

 Out on top was the Nine Network with 43.1 per cent. Seven Network was behind with 19.6 per cent of the daily share. Then 10 Network with 15.3 per cent of the share, Followed by the ABC Network with 13.0 per cent. In comparison, the SBS had 8.1 per cent.




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