Seven’s Little Big Shots may have slipped from its debut last week (1.67 million) but its 1.31 million viewers last night was enough to put smiles on Seven chiefs’ faces as well as handing the broadcaster bragging rights for the night.
The kids talent show was the most watched show of the evening, pipping Nine’s resilient The Block that still did well with 1.2 million viewers.
However, Nine got one back on its rival with 60 Minutes managing 773,000 to Sunday Night’s 747,000.
Seven had 32.1 audience share, followed by Nine with 31.7 per cent, ABC with 16.9 per cent, Ten had 13.7 per cent and SBS 5.5 per cent.
Australian Survivor was Ten’s best managing 574,000 and then the Sunday night version of The Project which pulled a disappointing 310,000.
For the ABC, Inspector George Gently (693,000), its 7pm news (622,000) and Grand Designs: House of the Year (522,000) comprised its night.
For the SBS, Building the Ancient City was its best with a dismal 173,000.
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