Lego Masters was once again the nation’s telly of choice for Sunday night, scoring 767,000 viewers as per OzTAM’s metro data.
In last night’s episode, the ‘Brickheads’ were tasked with crafting their dream home out of LEGO before being confronted with a twist: turning that dream house into a nightmare scenario.
Next on the entertainment rankings was MasterChef with 567,000 viewers, where the contestants had to create meals inspired by culinary sayings: think ‘cool as a cucumber’ rather than ‘it’s wine o’clock’.
Then came Big Brother with 531,000 viewers, where the highlight was one contestant goodnaturedly offering to let another contestant borrow a pair of her underwear – which she was wearing at the time.
Leading the overall ratings was Seven News, which had 1,027,000 viewers, while Nine News had 901,000 and ABC News had 618,000.
In other current affairs, 60 Minutes had 460,000 viewers while The Sunday Project had 409,000.
ABC’s revamped Spicks and Specks continued to perform decently, though lost just over 30,000 viewers from last week, netting 498,000 overall.
The rest of the ABC’s Sunday saw Insiders nab 215,000 viewers while that Sunday afternoon classic Antiques Roadshow had 206,000.
Over at Seven, the footy scored 407,000 viewers while Weekend Sunrise had 267,000 and Crime Investigation Australia: Most Infamous 254,000.
For Nine, Nine News: Late Edition had 247,000 viewers while the rugby had 237,000.
Then, for 10, 10 News First had 269,000 viewers and FBI: Most Wanted had 226,000.
Nine (all channels) won the night overall with 31 per cent of the daily share, followed by Seven (all channels) with 27 per cent and 10 (all channels) with 20 per cent. The ABC TV Network had 14 per cent and the SBS Network had six per cent.