Australian Ninja Warrior was the most-watched entertainment show of Sunday night, however, failed to crack the million-mark.
Ninja pulled 896,000 viewers for Nine last night according to OzTAM metro numbers.
For Seven, Farmer Wants A Wife had an okayish 792,000, while 10’s Bachelor In Paradise didn’t find much love. It could only do 488,000.
Nine won the night with 30.9 per cent of all of the eyeballs (all channels). Seven did 26.3 per cent, the ABC had 19.2 per cent, 10 could only muster 14.7 per cent and SBS did 8.9 per cent.
Seven’s 6pm news did 1.230 million, making it the evening’s most watched programme.
Nine’s news managed 1.106 million, while the ABC’s 7pm news was the fourth most-watched show of the night, pulling an impressive 891,000.
60 Minutes did 662,000 for Nine.
Other highlights for the ABC included Vera (637,000), Shetland (616,000) and Back Roads (575,000).
10’s The Sunday Project had 457,000 and 10 News First pulled 342,000.
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