10s attempts to reinvigorate its Sunday night appear to be have hit a glitch with Chris & Julia’s Sunday Night Take Away shedding 93,000 from last week’s debut.
According to overnight OzTAM metro numbers, the comedy show could only muster a disappointing 290,000 viewers last night.
Admittedly, it was up against two powerhouses. MAFS again producing some outrageous numbers, pulling 1.451 million last night. That left MKR with 716,000 for Sunday.
SBS’s delayed coverage of the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras pulled 155,000.
Nine won the night with 36.6 per cent audience share. Seven took home 26.6 per cent, the ABC took third with 18.1 per cent, 10 had 11.6 per cent and SBS snared 7.1 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news (935,000) claimed bragging rights over Nine’s version (929,000). However, 60 Minutes (814,000) turned the tables on Sunday Night (504,000).
Nine’s Slender Man Stabbing: The Untold Story pulled 335,000.
For 10, its coverage of the Adelaide 500 peaked at 385,000 for the podium finish. The Sunday Project had 331,000 and 10 News First pulled 271,000.
Best for the ABC included: 7pm news (723,000), Vera (667,000) and The Crown And Us: The Story Of The Royals In Australia (540,000).
SBS’s best was London’s Super Tunnel that pulled 229,000 tunnel enthusiasts.
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Telstra’s lower-cost telco, Belong, has awarded its strategy and creative account to Howatson + White, and has reappointed OMD to its media buying account, after a competitive pitch process. Howatson + White will handle strategy, planning, creative and CRM, while former agency Clemenger will continue to have a relationship with Belong, managing PR and retail activation. […]