Taking Nine’s MAFS out of the equation, it appears news is what Aussies want to watch most, with news programmes taking out the top seven spots, according to OzTAM metro numbers.
While MAFS came in third with 1.15m views, the rest of the top programmes for the night were news, with Seven news taking the number one spot with 1.38m viewers.
However, it still wasn’t enough to knock Nine out of top spot for the night. In primary channel share, Nine won with 27.5 per cent, Seven did 20.4 per cent, ABC did 11.5 per cent, 10 did 10.4 per cent and SBS did 4.0 per cent.
Here’s how the rest of the night ran.
News 1.27m, 60 Minutes did 1.13m, a COVID-19 special did 913,000, Killer in the Family did 491,000, 404,000 and Sunday afternoon NRL did 238,000.
DWTS did 482,000, The Sunday Project did 457,000 and 10 News First did 401,000.
Coronavirus Special did 1m, Border Security did 767,000 The Good Doctor did 539,000, AFL did 497,000 and Weekend Sunrise did 344,000.
News did 974,000, Grand Designs did 747,000, Stateless did 432,000, Insiders did 364,000 and Landline did 307,000.
All channels share
Nine dominated the night with 34.3 per cent, Seven followed with 26.3 per cent, ABC did 19.2 per cent, 10 did 14.3 per cent, and SBS did 5.9 per cent.
Demographic breakdown (all channels)
1. Nine – 38.5 per cent
2. Seven – 24.9 per cent
3. 10 – 15.3 per cent
1. Nine – 36.8 per cent
2. Seven – 25.7 per cent
3. 10 – 16.6 per cent
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